public class DateTimeConstants extends Object
DateTimeConstants is threadsafe and immutable.
Modifier and Type  Field and Description 

static int 
AD
Constant (1) representing AD, years after zero (from Calendar).

static int 
AM
Constant (0) representing AM, the morning (from Calendar)

static int 
APRIL
Constant (4) representing April, the fourth month (ISO)

static int 
AUGUST
Constant (8) representing August, the eighth month (ISO)

static int 
BC
Constant (0) representing BC, years before zero (from Calendar)

static int 
BCE
Alternative constant (0) representing BCE, Before Common Era (secular)

static int 
CE
Alternative constant (1) representing CE, Common Era (secular).

static int 
DAYS_PER_WEEK
Days in one week (7) (ISO)

static int 
DECEMBER
Constant (12) representing December, the twelfth month (ISO)

static int 
FEBRUARY
Constant (2) representing February, the second month (ISO)

static int 
FRIDAY
Constant (5) representing Friday, the fifth day of the week (ISO)

static int 
HOURS_PER_DAY
Hours in a typical day (24) (ISO).

static int 
HOURS_PER_WEEK
Hours in a typical week.

static int 
JANUARY
Constant (1) representing January, the first month (ISO)

static int 
JULY
Constant (7) representing July, the seventh month (ISO)

static int 
JUNE
Constant (6) representing June, the sixth month (ISO)

static int 
MARCH
Constant (3) representing March, the third month (ISO)

static int 
MAY
Constant (5) representing May, the fifth month (ISO)

static int 
MILLIS_PER_DAY
Milliseconds in a typical day (ISO).

static int 
MILLIS_PER_HOUR
Milliseconds in one hour (ISO)

static int 
MILLIS_PER_MINUTE
Milliseconds in one minute (ISO)

static int 
MILLIS_PER_SECOND
Milliseconds in one second (1000) (ISO)

static int 
MILLIS_PER_WEEK
Milliseconds in a typical week (ISO).

static int 
MINUTES_PER_DAY
Minutes in a typical day (ISO).

static int 
MINUTES_PER_HOUR
Minutes in one hour (ISO)

static int 
MINUTES_PER_WEEK
Minutes in a typical week (ISO).

static int 
MONDAY
Constant (1) representing Monday, the first day of the week (ISO)

static int 
NOVEMBER
Constant (11) representing November, the eleventh month (ISO)

static int 
OCTOBER
Constant (10) representing October, the tenth month (ISO)

static int 
PM
Constant (1) representing PM, the afternoon (from Calendar)

static int 
SATURDAY
Constant (6) representing Saturday, the sixth day of the week (ISO)

static int 
SECONDS_PER_DAY
Seconds in a typical day (ISO).

static int 
SECONDS_PER_HOUR
Seconds in one hour (ISO)

static int 
SECONDS_PER_MINUTE
Seconds in one minute (60) (ISO)

static int 
SECONDS_PER_WEEK
Seconds in a typical week (ISO).

static int 
SEPTEMBER
Constant (9) representing September, the nineth month (ISO)

static int 
SUNDAY
Constant (7) representing Sunday, the seventh day of the week (ISO)

static int 
THURSDAY
Constant (4) representing Thursday, the fourth day of the week (ISO)

static int 
TUESDAY
Constant (2) representing Tuesday, the second day of the week (ISO)

static int 
WEDNESDAY
Constant (3) representing Wednesday, the third day of the week (ISO)

Modifier  Constructor and Description 

protected 
DateTimeConstants()
Restrictive constructor

public static final int JANUARY
public static final int FEBRUARY
public static final int MARCH
public static final int APRIL
public static final int MAY
public static final int JUNE
public static final int JULY
public static final int AUGUST
public static final int SEPTEMBER
public static final int OCTOBER
public static final int NOVEMBER
public static final int DECEMBER
public static final int MONDAY
public static final int TUESDAY
public static final int WEDNESDAY
public static final int THURSDAY
public static final int FRIDAY
public static final int SATURDAY
public static final int SUNDAY
public static final int AM
public static final int PM
public static final int BC
public static final int BCE
public static final int AD
All new chronologies with different Era values should try to assign eras as follows. The era that was in force at 19700101 (ISO) is assigned the value 1. Earlier eras are assigned sequentially smaller numbers. Later eras are assigned sequentially greater numbers.
public static final int CE
All new chronologies with different Era values should try to assign eras as follows. The era that was in force at 19700101 (ISO) is assigned the value 1. Earlier eras are assigned sequentially smaller numbers. Later eras are assigned sequentially greater numbers.
public static final int MILLIS_PER_SECOND
public static final int SECONDS_PER_MINUTE
public static final int MILLIS_PER_MINUTE
public static final int MINUTES_PER_HOUR
public static final int SECONDS_PER_HOUR
public static final int MILLIS_PER_HOUR
public static final int HOURS_PER_DAY
public static final int MINUTES_PER_DAY
public static final int SECONDS_PER_DAY
public static final int MILLIS_PER_DAY
public static final int DAYS_PER_WEEK
public static final int HOURS_PER_WEEK
public static final int MINUTES_PER_WEEK
public static final int SECONDS_PER_WEEK
public static final int MILLIS_PER_WEEK
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