 java.lang.Object

 javafx.util.Duration

 All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable
,Comparable<Duration>
public class Duration extends Object implements Comparable<Duration>, Serializable
A class that defines a duration of time. Duration instances are immutable, and are therefore replaced rather than modified, similar to
BigDecimal
. Durations can be created using the constructor, or one of the static construction methods such asseconds(double)
orminutes(double)
. Since:
 JavaFX 2.0
 See Also:
 Serialized Form


Constructor Summary
Constructors Constructor Description Duration(double millis)
Creates a new Duration with potentially fractional millisecond resolution.

Method Summary
Modifier and Type Method Description Duration
add(Duration other)
Add this instance and another Duration instance to return a new Duration instance.int
compareTo(Duration d)
Compares durations represented by this object and the specified object.Duration
divide(double n)
Divide this instance by a number to return a new Duration instance.Duration
divide(Duration other)
Deprecated.This method produces surprising results by not taking units into account.boolean
equals(Object obj)
Indicates whether some other object is "equal to" this one.boolean
greaterThan(Duration other)
Returns true if the specified duration is greater than (>) this instance.boolean
greaterThanOrEqualTo(Duration other)
Returns true if the specified duration is greater than or equal to (>=) this instance.int
hashCode()
Returns a hash code for thisDuration
object.static Duration
hours(double h)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance representing the specified number of hours.boolean
isIndefinite()
Gets whether this Duration instance is Indefinite.boolean
isUnknown()
Gets whether this Duration instance is Unknown.boolean
lessThan(Duration other)
Returns true if the specified duration is less than (<) this instance.boolean
lessThanOrEqualTo(Duration other)
Returns true if the specified duration is less than or equal to (<=) this instance.static Duration
millis(double ms)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance for a specified number of milliseconds.static Duration
minutes(double m)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance representing the specified number of minutes.Duration
multiply(double n)
Multiply this instance with a number representing millis and return a new Duration.Duration
multiply(Duration other)
Deprecated.This method produces surprising results by not taking units into account.Duration
negate()
Return a new Duration instance which has a negative number of milliseconds from this instance.static Duration
seconds(double s)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance representing the specified number of seconds.Duration
subtract(Duration other)
Subtract other Duration instance from this instance to return a new Duration instance.double
toHours()
Returns the number of hours in this period or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if the period is INDEFINITE or NaN if the period is UNKNOWN.double
toMillis()
Returns the number of milliseconds in this period or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if the period is INDEFINITE or NaN if the period is UNKNOWN.double
toMinutes()
Returns the number of minutes in this period or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if the period is INDEFINITE or NaN if the period is UNKNOWN.double
toSeconds()
Returns the number of seconds in this period or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if the period is INDEFINITE or NaN if the period is UNKNOWN.String
toString()
Returns a string representation of thisDuration
object.static Duration
valueOf(String time)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance for a specified amount of time.



Field Detail

ZERO
public static final Duration ZERO
A Duration of 0 (no time).

ONE
public static final Duration ONE
A Duration of 1 millisecond.

INDEFINITE
public static final Duration INDEFINITE
An Infinite Duration.

UNKNOWN
public static final Duration UNKNOWN
A Duration of some unknown amount of time.


Method Detail

valueOf
public static Duration valueOf(String time)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance for a specified amount of time. The syntax is "[number][mssmh]". Parameters:
time
 A nonnull string properly formatted. Leading or trailing spaces will not parse correctly. Throws a NullPointerException if time is null. Returns:
 a Duration which is represented by the
time

millis
public static Duration millis(double ms)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance for a specified number of milliseconds. Parameters:
ms
 the number of milliseconds Returns:
 a Duration instance of the specified number of milliseconds

seconds
public static Duration seconds(double s)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance representing the specified number of seconds. Parameters:
s
 the number of seconds Returns:
 a Duration instance of the specified number of seconds

minutes
public static Duration minutes(double m)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance representing the specified number of minutes. Parameters:
m
 the number of minutes Returns:
 a Duration instance of the specified number of minutes

hours
public static Duration hours(double h)
Factory method that returns a Duration instance representing the specified number of hours. Parameters:
h
 the number of hours Returns:
 a Duration instance representing the specified number of hours

toMillis
public double toMillis()
Returns the number of milliseconds in this period or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if the period is INDEFINITE or NaN if the period is UNKNOWN. Returns:
 the Duration in fractional milliseconds

toSeconds
public double toSeconds()
Returns the number of seconds in this period or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if the period is INDEFINITE or NaN if the period is UNKNOWN. Returns:
 the Duration in fractional seconds

toMinutes
public double toMinutes()
Returns the number of minutes in this period or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if the period is INDEFINITE or NaN if the period is UNKNOWN. Returns:
 the Duration in fractional minutes

toHours
public double toHours()
Returns the number of hours in this period or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if the period is INDEFINITE or NaN if the period is UNKNOWN. Returns:
 the Duration in fractional hours

add
public Duration add(Duration other)
Add this instance and another Duration instance to return a new Duration instance. If either instance is INDEFINITE, return INDEFINITE. If either instance is UNKNOWN, return UNKNOWN. This method does not change the value of the called Duration instance. Parameters:
other
 must not be null Returns:
 the result of adding this duration to the other duration. This is the same as millis + other.millis using double arithmetic

subtract
public Duration subtract(Duration other)
Subtract other Duration instance from this instance to return a new Duration instance. If either instance is UNKNOWN, return UNKNOWN. Otherwise, if either instance is INDEFINITE, return INDEFINITE. This method does not change the value of the called Duration instance. Parameters:
other
 must not be null Returns:
 the result of subtracting the other duration from this duration. This is the same as millis  other.millis using double arithmetic

multiply
@Deprecated public Duration multiply(Duration other)
Deprecated.This method produces surprising results by not taking units into account. Usemultiply(double)
instead.Multiply this instance with a number to return a new Duration instance. If either instance is INDEFINITE, return INDEFINITE. If either Duration instance is UNKNOWN, return UNKNOWN. This method does not change the value of the called Duration instance. Parameters:
other
 must not be null Returns:
 the result of multiplying this duration with the other duration. This is the same as millis * other.millis using double arithmetic

multiply
public Duration multiply(double n)
Multiply this instance with a number representing millis and return a new Duration. If the called Duration instance is INDEFINITE, return INDEFINITE. If the called Duration instance is UNKNOWN, return UNKNOWN. This method does not change the value of the called Duration instance. Parameters:
n
 the amount to multiply by in fractional milliseconds Returns:
 the result of multiplying this duration with n. This is the same as millis * n using double arithmetic

divide
public Duration divide(double n)
Divide this instance by a number to return a new Duration instance. If the called Duration instance is INDEFINITE, return INDEFINITE. If the called Duration instance is UNKNOWN, return UNKNOWN. This method does not change the value of the called Duration instance. Parameters:
n
 the amount to divide by in fractional milliseconds Returns:
 the result of dividing this duration with n. This is the same as millis / n using double arithmetic

divide
@Deprecated public Duration divide(Duration other)
Deprecated.This method produces surprising results by not taking units into account. Usedivide(double)
instead.Divide this instance by another Duration to return the ratio. If both instances are INDEFINITE, return NaN. If this instance is INDEFINITE, return POSITIVE_INFINITY If the other instance is INDEFINITE, return 0.0. This function does not change the value of the called Duration instance. Parameters:
other
 must not be null Returns:
 the result of dividing this duration by the other duration. This is the same as millis / other.millis using double arithmetic

negate
public Duration negate()
Return a new Duration instance which has a negative number of milliseconds from this instance. For example,Duration.millis(50).negate()
returns a Duration of 50 milliseconds. If the called Duration instance is INDEFINITE, return INDEFINITE. This function does not change the value of the called Duration instance. Returns:
 the result of negating this duration. This is the same as millis using double arithmetic

isIndefinite
public boolean isIndefinite()
Gets whether this Duration instance is Indefinite. A Duration is Indefinite if it equals Duration.INDEFINITE. Returns:
 true if this Duration is equivalent to Duration.INDEFINITE or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY.

isUnknown
public boolean isUnknown()
Gets whether this Duration instance is Unknown. A Duration is Unknown if it equals Duration.UNKNOWN. Returns:
 true if this Duration is equivalent to Duration.UNKNOWN or Double.isNaN(millis)

lessThan
public boolean lessThan(Duration other)
Returns true if the specified duration is less than (<) this instance. INDEFINITE is treated as if it were positive infinity. Parameters:
other
 cannot be null Returns:
 true if millis < other.millis using double arithmetic

lessThanOrEqualTo
public boolean lessThanOrEqualTo(Duration other)
Returns true if the specified duration is less than or equal to (<=) this instance. INDEFINITE is treated as if it were positive infinity. Parameters:
other
 cannot be null Returns:
 true if millis <= other.millis using double arithmetic

greaterThan
public boolean greaterThan(Duration other)
Returns true if the specified duration is greater than (>) this instance. INDEFINITE is treated as if it were positive infinity. Parameters:
other
 cannot be null Returns:
 true if millis > other.millis using double arithmetic

greaterThanOrEqualTo
public boolean greaterThanOrEqualTo(Duration other)
Returns true if the specified duration is greater than or equal to (>=) this instance. INDEFINITE is treated as if it were positive infinity. Parameters:
other
 cannot be null Returns:
 true if millis >= other.millis using double arithmetic

toString
public String toString()
Returns a string representation of thisDuration
object.

compareTo
public int compareTo(Duration d)
Compares durations represented by this object and the specified object. Returns a negative integer, zero, or a positive integer as this duration is less than, equal to, or greater than the specified duration. Specified by:
compareTo
in interfaceComparable<Duration>
 Parameters:
d
 the duration to be compared. Returns:
 a negative integer, zero, or a positive integer as this duration is less than, equal to, or greater than the specified duration.

equals
public boolean equals(Object obj)
Indicates whether some other object is "equal to" this one.

