The bulk of the text is devoted to code snippets that display the most common usage scenarios in which the library classes are used.In particular, we cover the usage of the key The major building blocks of Joda-Time are introduced below.Examples for interval, duration and period may be found in the appropriate section in the "Key Concepts" part of the documentation.
Spring’s Data Binder and the lower-level Bean Wrapper both use Property Editors to parse and format property values.These new packages may be used as simpler alternatives to Property Editors, and will also be discussed in this chapter.This free Java regular expression tester lets you test your regular expressions against any entry of your choice and clearly highlights all matches. Consult the regular expression documentation or the regular expression solutions to common problems section of this page for examples. You can create range of characters using the hyphen character such as A-Z (A to Z).These are the concepts of instant, interval, duration, period, chronology and timezones.We then say a few words about the role of interfaces in the library design, which is a little different than the norm. Usage examples for instant are delayed until the following sections of the guide.