TimeAdd

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TimeAdd( base, offset, unit )
TimeAdd( base, offset, unit )
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TimeAdd( base, offset, unit )

Description

The TimeAdd function increases a base Timestamp or Date by adding the offset in units.

Parameters

Argument Type Definition and Requirements

base

A timestamp or date to add to. base must match the type of unit.

offset

The number of units to add to base.

unit

The offset's unit.

When base is a Date, unit must be one of day or days.

When base is a Timestamp, unit must be one of:

  • day, or days

  • half day, or half days

  • hour, or hours

  • minute, or minutes

  • second, or seconds

  • millisecond, or milliseconds

  • microsecond, or microseconds

  • nanosecond, or nanoseconds

Returns

When base is a Date, a new Date which represents base with offset units added to it.

When base is a Timestamp, a new Timestamp which represents base with offset units added to it.

Examples

The following query returns a Timestamp representing one day after the Unix epoch:

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System.out.println(
    client.query(
        TimeAdd(Epoch(0, "second"), 1, "day")
    ).get());
1970-01-02T00:00:00Z
client.query(
  q.TimeAdd(q.Epoch(0, 'second'), 1, 'day')
)
.then((ret) => console.log(ret))
Time("1970-01-02T00:00:00Z")
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println(Await.result(
  client.query(
    TimeAdd(Epoch(0, "second"), 1, "day")
  ),
  5.seconds
))
1970-01-02T00:00:00Z

The following query returns a Timestamp 5 seconds in the future from now:

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System.out.println(
    client.query(
        Arr(
            Now(),
            TimeAdd(Now(), 5, "seconds")
        )
    ).get());
[2019-10-22T16:45:19.223863Z, 2019-10-22T16:45:24.223863Z]
client.query([
  q.Now(),
  q.TimeAdd(q.Now(), 5, 'seconds'),
])
.then((ret) => console.log(ret))
[ Time("2019-10-22T16:45:19.223863Z"),
  Time("2019-10-22T16:45:24.223863Z") ]
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println(Await.result(
  client.query(
    Arr(
      Now(),
      TimeAdd(Now(), 5, "seconds")
    )
  ),
  5.seconds
))
[2019-10-22T16:45:19.223863Z, 2019-10-22T16:45:24.223863Z]

The following query returns a Date 1 day after 2019-11-26:

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System.out.println(
    client.query(
        TimeAdd(Date("2019-11-26"), 1, "day")
    ).get());
2019-11-27
client.query(
  q.TimeAdd(Date('2019-11-26'), 1, 'day')
)
.then((ret) => console.log(ret))
Date("2019-11-27")
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println(Await.result(
  client.query(
    TimeAdd(Date("2019-11-26"), 1, "day")
  ),
  5.seconds
))
2019-11-27

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