Monday, November 08, 2010 at 12:04 AM.


on timeString (d, pta=nil) {
	<<Gets the localized version of a time string for a given date value.
		<<d is a date or a string that can be coerced to a date
	<<4/12/00; 6:04:03 PM by JES
		<<05/17/00 6:38:19 PM by JS
			<<optimized -- no longer call mainResponder.localization.getDateTimeReplacementTable, rather build the table here
		<<06/28/00; 1:05:16 AM by JES
			<<Fixed problem with midnight hour on 12-hour clocks displaying as 0:xx:xx
	if pta == nil {
		pta = html.getPageTableAddress ()};
	local (adrLanguageTable = mainResponder.localization.getLanguageTableAddress (pta));
	local (fl24HourClock = adrLanguageTable^;
	local (replacementTable); new (tableType, @replacementTable); // 05/01/00 JES: use replacement table instead of a list
	local (yr, mo, day, hr, min, sec);
	date.get (d, @day, @mo, @yr, @hr, @min, @sec);
	if fl24HourClock {
		replacementTable.hour = hr;
		replacementTable.["am/pm"] = ""}
	else { // 12-hour clock
		if hr > 11 {
			if hr > 12 {
				hr = hr - 12};
			replacementTable.hour = hr;
			replacementTable.["am/pm"] = adrLanguageTable^}
		else {
			if hr == 0 { // 06/28/00 JES: fix zero-hour problem with 12-hour clocks
				hr = 12};
			replacementTable.hour = hr;
			replacementTable.["am/pm"] = adrLanguageTable^}}; = string.padWithZeros (min, 2); = string.padWithZeros (sec, 2);
	return (mainResponder.getString ("date.time", @replacementTable, pta: pta))}

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