module for manipulating dates, times and timestamps
DescriptionDateTime is a Perl module which aims to provide a complete, correct, and easy to use date/time object implementation. It provides an easy way to manipulate dates and times, including date calculations (even addition and subtraction) and provides convenient methods for extracting or modifying portions of any date or time. This module supports the Olson time zone database, meaning that historical time zone information, and more importantly, daylight saving time rules, can be handled transparently, simply by setting the correct time zone. This is done by using the DateTime::TimeZone module.
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