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Is the date currently being processed in daylight savings?
Each field consists of a mixture of literals and special characters.
For example, the following cron expression specifies an event that fires once every day at midnight: field, because it is not logically consistent to specify both of these fields at the same time.
A cron expression is effectively a syntax for wildcarding dates and times that enables you to specify either a single event or multiple events that recur periodically.
field is optional and usually omitted, unless you want to define an event that occurs once and once only.
Then you need to only configure the factory once, and every route created will have the policy assigned.
You need the ghc compiler and xmonad window manager installed in order to use these extensions.
The constructor can be used to convert For something that calls itself "simple", the Simple Date constructor is a monster.
This may seem an odd thing to specify, but is needed when the clocks "go back" in a geographic timezone.
For example, in Chile, daylight saving time 2012 ended at midnight on Sunday, 28 April.
This lets you specify which date formats are used in parsing - important because American and European date styles conflict.
For example, to parse American style (month/day/year): The format is handled correctly, but the expected timezone, America/Santiago, is giving CLST instead of CLT - Chile is in the Southern Hemisphere so it's summer in January.