A pair of two values indicating timestamp and increment.
A 64-bit Long representing the Timestamp.
the high (signed) 32 bits of the Timestamp.
This is an alias of Long.isZero
Gets the high 32 bits as a signed integer.
Gets the high 32 bits as an unsigned integer.
Gets the low 32 bits as a signed integer.
Gets the low 32 bits as an unsigned integer.
Gets the number of bits needed to represent the absolute value of this Long.
Tests if this Long's value is even.
Tests if this Long's value is negative.
Tests if this Long's value is odd.
Tests if this Long's value is positive.
Tests if this Long's value equals zero.
Returns the Negation of this Long's value.
Returns the bitwise NOT of this Long.
Converts the Long to a BigInt (arbitrary precision).
Converts this Long to its byte representation.
Whether little or big endian, defaults to big endian
Converts this Long to its big endian byte representation.
Big endian byte representation
Converts this Long to its little endian byte representation.
Little endian byte representation
Converts the Long to a 32 bit integer, assuming it is a 32 bit integer.
Converts the Long to a the nearest floating-point representation of this value (double, 53 bit mantissa).
Converts this Long to signed.
Converts the Long to a string written in the specified radix.
Radix (2-36), defaults to 10
Converts this Long to unsigned.
Returns a Timestamp for the given high and low bits. Each is assumed to use 32 bits.
the low 32-bits.
the high 32-bits.
Returns a Timestamp represented by the given (32-bit) integer value.
Returns a Timestamp representing the given number value, provided that it is a finite number. Otherwise, zero is returned.
Returns a Timestamp from the given string, optionally using the given radix.
the textual representation of the Timestamp.
the radix in which the text is written.
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