You can do it in Velocity too, but not with the Date Tool (that belongs the Velocity Extras anyway).It is a good practice to have a "Format" object with various utilities that are practical for presentational purposes only (you can see the various frameworks that use Velocity how they have "Format" objects).So your code would look like $From Now(), and there would be still a presentational approach.I have a string 2010-08-02 .0 and need to get something like Fri Aug 6 2010 out of it (the input does not map to the output for the values I gave, just examples) I fear Im going to have to do some string manipulation to get what I want; the js Date object does not seem to have methods capable of parsing the input string. We are using jquery, but cant find anything in that library that would help... I wanted to avoid bringing in other libraries, but I want to avoid reinventing the wheel more...also confirms my suspicion that in sticking with the stock date functionality, I would need to do a lot of work...The Mayans, Greeks, Celts, Asians, Hindu, each had their own calendars.In 46 BC, Julius Caesar introduced the calendar that would be named after him.Let’s go back in time, not far…Prior to the early 1800s, synchronizing time was never really a problem we had to face, since prior to then, it wasn’t feasible for people or information travel from place to place in a fast enough manner for it to matter. It probably won’t matter if your clock drifts a bit between where you left and where you’re going, just adjust when you get there.In the early-mid 1880s mechanized rail infrastructure was just beginning to expand.
Date and time manipulations are one of the hardest things to do right when programming for a global user base.
Before clocks were invented, the way we all kept time in sync was with the sun, moon, and other celestial objects.
After all, clocks are just calibrated loops, basically, and rotation of the earth is an obvious loop that we all have in common.
SUBMIT(:jobno, 'statspack.snap;', trunc(sysdate,'HH24') ((floor(to_number(to_char(sysdate,'MI'))/5) 1)*5)/(24*60), 'trunc(sysdate,''HH24'') ((floor(to_number(to_char(sysdate,''MI''))/5) 1)*5)/(24*60)', TRUE, :instno); COMMIT; END; /variable jobno number; variable instno number; BEGIN SELECT instance_number INTO :instno FROM v$instance; DBMS_JOB.
)', TRUE, :instno); commit; end; / variable jobno number; variable instno number; BEGIN SELECT instance_number INTO :instno FROM v$instance; DBMS_JOB.