- Seconds decimal
Holds the seconds as a decimal value.
- Utc readonly & [int, decimal]
Point on UTC time-scale.
This is represented by a tuple of length 2.
The tuple is an ordered type and so the values can be
compared using the Ballerina <, <=, >, >= operators.
The first member of the tuple is int representing an integral number of
seconds from the epoch.
Epoch is the traditional UNIX epoch of
The second member of the tuple is a decimal giving the fraction of
For times before the epoch, n is negative and f is
non-negative. In other words, the UTC time represented
is on or after the second specified by n.
Leap seconds are handled as follows. The first member
of the tuple ignores leap seconds: it assumes that every day
has 86400 seconds. The second member of the tuple is >= 0.
and is < 1 except during positive leaps seconds in which it
is >= 1 and < 2. So given a tuple [n,f] after the epoch,
n / 86400 gives the day number, and (n % 86400) + f gives the
time in seconds since midnight UTC (for which the limit is
86401 on day with a positive leap second).
- UtcZoneHandling "0" | "GMT" | "UT" | "Z"
Defualt zone value represation in different formats.
- ZERO_OR_ONE 0 | 1
Represents the type that can be either zero or one.