Class JdbcTime

JdbcTime

A JDBC Time. For documentation of this class, see java.sql.Time .

Methods

MethodReturn typeBrief description
after(when)BooleanFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#after(Date).
before(when)BooleanFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#before(Date).
getHours()IntegerFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#getHours().
getMinutes()IntegerFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#getMinutes().
getSeconds()IntegerFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#getSeconds().
getTime()IntegerFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#getTime().
setHours(hours)voidFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#setHours(int).
setMinutes(minutes)voidFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#setMinutes(int).
setSeconds(seconds)voidFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#setSeconds(int).
setTime(milliseconds)voidFor documentation of this method, see java.sql.Time#setTime(long).

Detailed documentation

after(when)

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#after(Date).

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
whenJdbcTimeA time to compare to.

Return

Booleantrue if and only if this time is strictly later than the time specified as a parameter; false otherwise.


before(when)

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#before(Date).

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
whenJdbcTimeA time to compare to.

Return

Booleantrue if and only if this time is strictly earlier than the time specified as a parameter; false otherwise.


getHours()

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#getHours().

Return

Integer — The hour represented by this object; the value is a number (0 through 23) representing the hour within the day that contains or begins with the instant in time represented by this object, as interpreted in the local time zone.


getMinutes()

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#getMinutes().

Return

Integer — The minutes past the hour represented by this object, as interpreted in the local time zone. The value is a number between 0 through 59 inclusive.


getSeconds()

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#getSeconds().

Return

Integer — The seconds past the minute represented by this object, as interpreted in the local time zone. The value is a number between 0 through 61 inclusive, whiere 60 and 61 are only possible for machines that take leap seconds into account.


getTime()

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#getTime().

Return

Integer — The number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT represented by this time object.


setHours(hours)

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#setHours(int).

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
hoursIntegerThe hour to set; this object is updated to represent a point in time within the specified hour of the day, with the year, month, date, minute, and second the same as before, as interpreted in the local time zone.

setMinutes(minutes)

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#setMinutes(int).

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
minutesIntegerThe minutes to set; this object is updated to represent a point in time within the specified minute of the hour, with the year, month, date, hour, and second the same as before, as interpreted in the local time zone.

setSeconds(seconds)

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Date#setSeconds(int).

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
secondsIntegerThe seconds to set; this object is updated to represent a point in time within the specified second of the minute, with the year, month, date, hour, and minute the same as before, as interpreted in the local time zone.

setTime(milliseconds)

For documentation of this method, see java.sql.Time#setTime(long).

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
millisecondsIntegerThe time value to set. The value is milliseconds since January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT, while a negative number is milliseconds before that time.

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