Display future dates and end dates with a view

I have a view of events. Currently, the events are showing start dates/ future dates. If an event has a start date AND end date, it will only show that start date of the event and the event will disappear even though it has an end date and has not ended yet. I need a way to show events with start date and events that have an end date and have not ended yet.

How to Compare 2 Dates and subtract 1 second if it’s true

I want to Compare The date which is manually inputted by the user to the Specific date which is 12:00AM, after that i want to subtract 1 second on the 1st date

var d1 = $  ('#d1').val(); var d11 = new Date(d1); var d12 = new Date(); d12.setHours(0,0,0,0);    if(d11.getTime() === d12.getTime()){        var seconds = d11.getSeconds() - 1;        d11 = d11 - seconds;    } 

I expect output is 23:59:00 but the actual input is error

C++ program about dates and times

so, I have this much of the program done I still have to determine leap years: A leap year is one whose number is exactly divisible by four. Century years, however, are only leap years if they are exactly divisible by 400. Hence 1900 was not a leap year but 2000 was. Im a bit stuck on where to go from here, I understand it in my head but am having trouble putting my thoughts into code. If anyone can push me in the right direction or if you have a solution id really appreciate the help.

#include <ctime> #include <iostream> using namespace std;  int main() {        tm dateTime;             time_t systemTime = time(0);             localtime_s( &dateTime, &systemTime );      int day = dateTime.tm_mday;//theTime.tm_mday;     int month = dateTime.tm_mon+1;//theTime.tm_mon;     int year = dateTime.tm_year + 1900;//theTime.tm_year + 1900;     int weekDay  = dateTime.tm_wday;     cout << "Today is ";     switch (weekDay){         case 0: cout << "Sunday, ";             break;         case 1: cout << "Monday, ";             break;         case 2: cout << "Tuesday, ";             break;         case 3: cout << "Wednesday, ";             break;         case 4: cout << "Thursday, ";             break;         case 5: cout << "Friday, ";             break;         case 6: cout << "Saturday, ";             break;     }     cout << month << "/" << day << "/" << year << endl; } 

How to make Google Calendar the default calendar app to deal with dates and timings?

When I tap on a date in Huawei’s stock messages app. A pop up menu appears to create a reminder in Huawei calendar app which I don’t use. Is it possible to make Google Calendar the default calendar app when I tap a date or times of meetings in sms or notes apps for Huawei? More info I use stock EMUI 9.0.1

Query between 2 dates in Codeigniter, Date only from Datetime

I want to query all data between two date fields. The problem I am having is my database has a Datetime field and I only want to query the dates. I normally can get this to work with a like statement but I need to add logic and active record for like does not seem to support this. I used multiple where statements and was able to get this to work by adding “+1days to the to_date field. It seems to work but I don’t like it and wonder if there is a better way to go about this. If I dont add the +1 days to my code it only return the < and > and does not return any rows where field = date. Hopefully this makes sense.

I have tried the below code and it does not return anything where date = myInput.

$  query = $  this->db->select('*')->from('t_clock_punch')                    ->where('clock_in >=',date("Y-m-d", strtotime($  fromDate)))                    ->where('clock_in <=', date("Y-m-d", strtotime($  toDate)))                    ->get();     return $  query->result_array(); } 

I just added a day to my ->where clause and it seems to work just not sure if this is correct and may be problematic later on.

 ->where('clock_in <=', date("Y-m-d", strtotime($  toDate . '+1 days'))) 

loopback where filter on date’s year

I am not sure if database functions are supported thru REST API requests or if I am doing something wrong. I am using mysql db connector.

I have tried using simple where filter with both equality and gte operators.

{"where":{"YEAR(StartDate)":2018}}  or   {"where":{"and":[{"YEAR(StartDate)":{"gte":2018}},{"year(StartDate)":{"lte":2020}}]}} 

I don’t get any error and the filter condition is silently ignored returning all records from the table.

Do American users also confuse the day and the month in dates like 01/02/2013

Almost everywhere outside the United States, when short dates, e.g. 01/02/2013, are shown on computer screens, the user can’t be sure whether the first two digits represent the day or the month. Is it January second or February first?

This is a big problem for people outside the United States, as they encounter both formats regularly, and can’t know if the system has adapted to their locale, or has stuck with the American format. But I assume American users see mostly the American format (because many, if not most, information systems are built by or for Americans). What I’m curious about is whether American users also are confused in this scenario?

If you can point to some evidence or research, great. If not, I’ll settle for your knowledgeable experience.

Note: I’m not asking for the wonderful solution of naming the month, e.g. May 21, 2013. I’m asking about the cases where a short date format has to be used.

I am building an application in that I want to disable past dates in the calender. How to do that

What should I do more to disable past dates in this piece of code? @Override public void onDateSet(DatePicker view, int year, int month, int dayOfMonth) { Calendar calendar = new GregorianCalendar(year, month, dayOfMonth); Log.d("Month", String.valueOf(month)); mStartdate = Long.toString(calendar.getTimeInMillis() / 1000); tripStartDate.setText(dayOfMonth + "/" + (month + 1) + "/" + year); } }

How do I differentiate between different node dates?

A site owner wants to differentiate between semantically different dates of articles published on their Drupal site as follows:

  1. Editorial changes on an article will NOT create a new revision.
  2. Content changes (e.g. updates, new paragraphs, etc.) WILL create a new revision.
  3. Order of display (e.g. on overview pages) should be done by revision date or publication date, whichever is more recent
  4. Articles should always display the most recent version (i.e. to reflect editorial changes)

I don’t understand the logic behind the various dates provided by core Drupal 8, and how I could use them to implement what the customer wants.

For better understanding, here is an example:

  • On 1 May 2019, Article 1 was written and published in one go, and has never been changed since.
  • On 12 May, Article 2 was published after it was started on 10 May.
  • On 15 May, Article 3 was written and published.
  • On 19 May, Article 3 received editorial changes without a new revision.
  • On 21 May, Article 2 was updated with more content, thus creating a new revision.

The (descending) order in which these articles shall be displayed is:

  1. Article 2 – 12 May 2019 (Updated on 21 May 2019)
  2. Article 3 – 15 May 2019
  3. Article 1 – 1 May 2019

How can I achieve that with the least amount of custom code or modules to be used? Ideally the solution would entail only core Drupal views (however complex).

strftime() format dates not working in Custom Keyboard Shortcut

We were using a Custom Shortcut under the Keyboard settings in Ubuntu 16.04 that allowed us to automatically initiate an ffmpeg screen recording with Super-Z. The command we were using was:

gnome-terminal -x sh -c 'ffmpeg -video_size 1920x1080 -framerate 25 -f x11grab -i :0.0 -f pulse -ac 2 -i default ~/Videos/`date +%Y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S`_screenrecording.mkv; exec bash' 

Now that we upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 the command is returning blank values for the date variables. Instead of returning a file with the name 2019-05-20_17-41-56_screenrecording.mkv, for example, it returns the a file name of --_--_screenrecording.mkv.

We tested the command straight from the terminal and it works fine.

Any ideas why the Custom Shortcut wouldn’t have access to the date variables? Thanks!