Timestamp()¶

Constructor¶

Defines a Timestamp class for representing a 64-bit two’s-complement integer value, which faithfully simulates the behavior of a Java “Timestamp”. This implementation is derived from TimestampLib in GWT.

class Timestamp()
Arguments: low (number) – the low (signed) 32 bits of the Timestamp. high (number) – the high (signed) 32 bits of the Timestamp.

Constructs a 64-bit two’s-complement integer, given its low and high 32-bit values as signed integers. See the from* functions below for more convenient ways of constructing Timestamps.

The internal representation of a Timestamp is the two given signed, 32-bit values. We use 32-bit pieces because these are the size of integers on which Javascript performs bit-operations. For operations like addition and multiplication, we split each number into 16-bit pieces, which can easily be multiplied within Javascript’s floating-point representation without overflow or change in sign.

In the algorithms below, we frequently reduce the negative case to the positive case by negating the input(s) and then post-processing the result. Note that we must ALWAYS check specially whether those values are MIN_VALUE (-2^63) because -MIN_VALUE == MIN_VALUE (since 2^63 cannot be represented as a positive number, it overflows back into a negative). Not handling this case would often result in infinite recursion.

toInt¶

Return the int value.

toInt()
Returns: number the value, assuming it is a 32-bit integer.

toNumber¶

Return the Number value.

toNumber()
Returns: number the closest floating-point representation to this value.

toJSON¶

Return the JSON value.

toJSON()
Returns: string the JSON representation.

toString¶

Return the String value.

Arguments: [opt_radix] (number) – the radix in which the text should be written. string the textual representation of this value.

getHighBits¶

Return the high 32-bits value.

getHighBits()
Returns: number the high 32-bits as a signed value.

getLowBits¶

Return the low 32-bits value.

getLowBits()
Returns: number the low 32-bits as a signed value.

getLowBitsUnsigned¶

Return the low unsigned 32-bits value.

getLowBitsUnsigned()
Returns: number the low 32-bits as an unsigned value.

getNumBitsAbs¶

Returns the number of bits needed to represent the absolute value of this Timestamp.

getNumBitsAbs()
Returns: number Returns the number of bits needed to represent the absolute value of this Timestamp.

isZero¶

Return whether this value is zero.

isZero()
Returns: boolean whether this value is zero.

isNegative¶

Return whether this value is negative.

isNegative()
Returns: boolean whether this value is negative.

isOdd¶

Return whether this value is odd.

isOdd()
Returns: boolean whether this value is odd.

equals¶

Return whether this Timestamp equals the other

equals(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to compare against. boolean whether this Timestamp equals the other

notEquals¶

Return whether this Timestamp does not equal the other.

notEquals(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to compare against. boolean whether this Timestamp does not equal the other.

lessThan¶

Return whether this Timestamp is less than the other.

lessThan(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to compare against. boolean whether this Timestamp is less than the other.

lessThanOrEqual¶

Return whether this Timestamp is less than or equal to the other.

lessThanOrEqual(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to compare against. boolean whether this Timestamp is less than or equal to the other.

greaterThan¶

Return whether this Timestamp is greater than the other.

greaterThan(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to compare against. boolean whether this Timestamp is greater than the other.

greaterThanOrEqual¶

Return whether this Timestamp is greater than or equal to the other.

greaterThanOrEqual(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to compare against. boolean whether this Timestamp is greater than or equal to the other.

compare¶

Compares this Timestamp with the given one.

compare(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to compare against. boolean 0 if they are the same, 1 if the this is greater, and -1 if the given one is greater.

negate¶

The negation of this value.

negate()
Returns: timestamp the negation of this value.

Returns the sum of this and the given Timestamp.

Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to add to this one. timestamp the sum of this and the given Timestamp.

subtract¶

Returns the difference of this and the given Timestamp.

subtract(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to subtract from this. timestamp the difference of this and the given Timestamp.

multiply¶

Returns the product of this and the given Timestamp.

multiply(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp to multiply with this. timestamp the product of this and the other.

div¶

Returns this Timestamp divided by the given one.

div(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp by which to divide. timestamp this Timestamp divided by the given one.

modulo¶

Returns this Timestamp modulo the given one.

modulo(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – Timestamp by which to mod. timestamp this Timestamp modulo the given one.

not¶

The bitwise-NOT of this value.

not()
Returns: timestamp the bitwise-NOT of this value.

and¶

Returns the bitwise-AND of this Timestamp and the given one.

and(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – the Timestamp with which to AND. timestamp the bitwise-AND of this and the other.

or¶

Returns the bitwise-OR of this Timestamp and the given one.

or(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – the Timestamp with which to OR. timestamp the bitwise-OR of this and the other.

xor¶

Returns the bitwise-XOR of this Timestamp and the given one.

xor(other)
Arguments: other (timestamp) – the Timestamp with which to XOR. timestamp the bitwise-XOR of this and the other.

shiftLeft¶

Returns this Timestamp with bits shifted to the left by the given amount.

shiftLeft(numBits)
Arguments: numBits (number) – the number of bits by which to shift. timestamp this shifted to the left by the given amount.

shiftRight¶

Returns this Timestamp with bits shifted to the right by the given amount.

shiftRight(numBits)
Arguments: numBits (number) – the number of bits by which to shift. timestamp this shifted to the right by the given amount.

shiftRightUnsigned¶

Returns this Timestamp with bits shifted to the right by the given amount, with the new top bits matching the current sign bit.

shiftRightUnsigned(numBits)
Arguments: numBits (number) – the number of bits by which to shift. timestamp this shifted to the right by the given amount, with zeros placed into the new leading bits.

Timestamp.fromInt¶

Returns a Timestamp representing the given (32-bit) integer value.

Timestamp.fromInt(value)
Arguments: value (number) – the 32-bit integer in question. timestamp the corresponding Timestamp value.

Timestamp.fromNumber¶

Returns a Timestamp representing the given value, provided that it is a finite number. Otherwise, zero is returned.

Timestamp.fromNumber(value)
Arguments: value (number) – the number in question. timestamp the corresponding Timestamp value.

Timestamp.fromBits¶

Returns a Timestamp representing the 64-bit integer that comes by concatenating the given high and low bits. Each is assumed to use 32 bits.

Timestamp.fromBits(lowBits, highBits)
Arguments: lowBits (number) – the low 32-bits. highBits (number) – the high 32-bits. timestamp the corresponding Timestamp value.

Timestamp.fromString¶

Returns a Timestamp representation of the given string, written using the given radix.