stri_datetime_symbols: List Localizable Date-Time Formatting Data

Description

Returns a list of all localizable date-time formatting data, including month and weekday names, localized AM/PM strings, etc.

Usage

stri_datetime_symbols(locale = NULL, context = "standalone", width = "wide")

Arguments

locale

NULL or '' for default locale, or a single string with locale identifier

context

single string; one of: 'format', 'standalone'

width

single string; one of: 'abbreviated', 'wide', 'narrow'

Details

context stands for a selector for date formatting context and width - for date formatting width.

Value

Returns a list with the following named components:

  1. Month - month names,

  2. Weekday - weekday names,

  3. Quarter - quarter names,

  4. AmPm - AM/PM names,

  5. Era - era names.

References

Calendar - ICU User Guide, http://userguide.icu-project.org/datetime/calendar

DateFormatSymbols class – ICU API Documentation, https://unicode-org.github.io/icu-docs/apidoc/dev/icu4c/classicu_1_1DateFormatSymbols.html

Formatting Dates and Times – ICU User Guide, http://userguide.icu-project.org/formatparse/datetime

Examples

stri_datetime_symbols() # uses the Gregorian calendar in most locales
stri_datetime_symbols('@calendar=hebrew')
stri_datetime_symbols('he_IL@calendar=hebrew')
stri_datetime_symbols('@calendar=islamic')
stri_datetime_symbols('@calendar=persian')
stri_datetime_symbols('@calendar=indian')
stri_datetime_symbols('@calendar=coptic')
stri_datetime_symbols('@calendar=japanese')

stri_datetime_symbols('ja_JP_TRADITIONAL') # uses the Japanese calendar by default
stri_datetime_symbols('th_TH_TRADITIONAL') # uses the Buddhist calendar

stri_datetime_symbols('pl_PL', context='format')
stri_datetime_symbols('pl_PL', context='standalone')

stri_datetime_symbols(width='wide')
stri_datetime_symbols(width='abbreviated')
stri_datetime_symbols(width='narrow')