strptime: Efficient parsing of LocalTime using a binding to C's strptime, with some extra features (i.e. fractional seconds)

[ bsd3, data, library, parsing, system ] [ Propose Tags ]
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Dependencies base (<5.0), bytestring, text, time [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright Eugene Kirpichov
Author Eugene Kirpichov
Category System, Data, Parsing
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Uploaded by EugeneKirpichov at Tue Dec 18 23:24:56 UTC 2012
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This library provides a binding to strptime, that allows to parse dates and times from strings and strict/lazy bytestrings. The library creates LocalTime values. It provides some extra features which the original strptime lacks - parsing of fractional seconds and parsing of ten-powers of seconds since epoch (for example milliseconds since epoch).





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