T
 The type of the Data
(get
) associated with the interval.public final class TimeInterval1<T> extends Object implements IEquatable<TimeInterval1<T>>, IEquatableEpsilon<TimeInterval1<T>>
Modifier and Type  Field and Description 

static IEqualityComparer 
DefaultComparer

Constructor and Description 

TimeInterval1(JulianDate start,
JulianDate stop)
Initializes a new interval with the specified start date and stop date.

TimeInterval1(JulianDate start,
JulianDate stop,
boolean isStartIncluded,
boolean isStopIncluded)
Initializes a new interval with the specified start date and stop date.

TimeInterval1(JulianDate start,
JulianDate stop,
T data)
Initializes a new interval with the specified start date, stop date, and data.

TimeInterval1(JulianDate start,
JulianDate stop,
T data,
boolean isStartIncluded,
boolean isStopIncluded)
Initializes a new interval with the specified start date, stop date, and data.

Modifier and Type  Method and Description 

TimeIntervalCollection1<T> 
add(TimeInterval1<T> other)
Adds two intervals together, producing an interval list that
includes both intervals.

TimeIntervalCollection1<T> 
add(TimeIntervalCollection1<T> intervalList)
Adds an interval list to this interval, producing a new interval list
that includes this interval plus all intervals in the input list.

<TNew> TimeInterval1<TNew> 
changeData(TNew newData)
Creates a new interval that is identical to this one except that
it has a different value for the
Data (get ) property. 
boolean 
contains(JulianDate date)
Determines if the interval contains a specified date.

boolean 
equals(Object obj)
Indicates whether another object is exactly equal to this instance.

boolean 
equals(TimeInterval1<T> other,
IEqualityComparer<T> dataComparer)
Indicates whether another instance of this type is exactly equal to this instance.

static <T> boolean 
equals(TimeInterval1<T> left,
TimeInterval1<T> right)
Returns
true if the two instances are exactly equal. 
boolean 
equalsEpsilon(TimeInterval1<T> other,
double epsilon)

boolean 
equalsEpsilon(TimeInterval1<T> other,
double epsilon,
IEqualityComparer<T> dataComparer)

boolean 
equalsType(TimeInterval1<T> other)
Indicates whether another instance of this type is exactly equal to this instance.

static <T> MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback<T> 
getAcceptLeft()
Gets a
MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback that simply accepts the data on the lefthand side. 
static <T> MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback<T> 
getAcceptRight()
Gets a
MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback that simply accepts the data on the righthand side. 
T 
getData()
Gets the userdefined data associated with this interval.

static <T> TimeInterval1<T> 
getEmpty()
Gets an empty interval.

int 
getHashCode(IEqualityComparer<T> dataComparer)
Returns a hash code for this instance, which is suitable for use in hashing algorithms and data structures like a hash table.

boolean 
getIsEmpty()
Gets a value indicating whether or not the interval is empty.

boolean 
getIsStartIncluded()
Gets a value indicating whether or not the
Start (get ) date is
included in the interval. 
boolean 
getIsStopIncluded()
Gets a value indicating whether or not the
Stop (get ) date is
included in the interval. 
JulianDate 
getStart()
Gets the start date of the interval.

JulianDate 
getStop()
Gets the stop date of the interval.

int 
hashCode()
Returns a hash code for this instance, which is suitable for use in hashing algorithms and data structures like a hash table.

TimeInterval1<T> 
intersect(TimeInterval other)
Computes an interval which is the intersection of this interval with another,
with the data from this one.

TimeInterval1<T> 
intersect(TimeInterval1<T> other)
Computes an interval which is the intersection of this interval with another.

TimeInterval1<T> 
intersect(TimeInterval1<T> other,
IEqualityComparer<T> dataComparer)
Computes an interval which is the intersection of this interval with another.

TimeInterval1<T> 
intersectMergingData(TimeInterval1<T> other,
MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback<T> mergeCallback)
Computes an interval which is the intersection of this interval with another while
also providing a means to merge the data of the two intervals.

static <T> boolean 
notEquals(TimeInterval1<T> left,
TimeInterval1<T> right)
Returns
true if the two instances are not exactly equal. 
TimeInterval 
removeData()
Creates a new interval that is identical to this one except that it does not have a
Data (get ) property. 
Duration 
toDuration()

String 
toString()
Returns a string with interval in the format "[Start, Stop)  Data".

TimeInterval1<T> 
toTimeStandard(TimeStandard timeStandard)
Returns a
TimeInterval1 equivalent to this one where the time standard
of the start and end dates has been converted to the specified standard. 
@Nonnull public static final IEqualityComparer DefaultComparer
public TimeInterval1(@Nonnull JulianDate start, @Nonnull JulianDate stop)
start
 The first date in the interval.stop
 The last date in the interval.public TimeInterval1(@Nonnull JulianDate start, @Nonnull JulianDate stop, T data)
start
 The first date in the interval.stop
 The last date in the interval.data
 The userdefined data associated with this interval.public TimeInterval1(@Nonnull JulianDate start, @Nonnull JulianDate stop, boolean isStartIncluded, boolean isStopIncluded)
start
 The date that starts the interval.stop
 The date that stops the interval.isStartIncluded
 true if the start date is included in the interval.isStopIncluded
 true if the stop date is included in the interval.public TimeInterval1(@Nonnull JulianDate start, @Nonnull JulianDate stop, T data, boolean isStartIncluded, boolean isStopIncluded)
start
 The date that starts the interval.stop
 The date that stops the interval.data
 The userdefined data associated with this interval.isStartIncluded
 true if the start date is included in the interval.isStopIncluded
 true if the stop date is included in the interval.@Nonnull public final JulianDate getStart()
@Nonnull public final JulianDate getStop()
public final boolean getIsStartIncluded()
Start
(get
) date is
included in the interval.public final boolean getIsStopIncluded()
Stop
(get
) date is
included in the interval.public final T getData()
public final boolean getIsEmpty()
TimeInterval.toDuration()
and check for equality with Zero
(get
).@Nonnull public final Duration toDuration()
Duration
representing the span of time between the
Start
(get
) and Stop
(get
) of the interval.@Nonnull public final TimeInterval1<T> toTimeStandard(TimeStandard timeStandard)
TimeInterval1
equivalent to this one where the time standard
of the start and end dates has been converted to the specified standard.timeStandard
 The time standard of the new interval.@Nonnull public final TimeInterval1<T> intersect(@Nullable TimeInterval1<T> other)
TimeInterval1.DefaultComparer
is used to compare the Data
(get
) properties of this interval
and the other
interval. If the comparer reports that the Data
(get
) properties are not
equal, the intersection is an empty interval. If the comparer reports that the Data
(get
) properties
are equal, the new interval representing the intersection will have the same value for its Data
(get
)
property as the interval on which this method is called.
other
 The interval to intersect with this interval.@Nonnull public final TimeInterval1<T> intersect(@Nullable TimeInterval1<T> other, @Nonnull IEqualityComparer<T> dataComparer)
dataComparer
is used to compare the Data
(get
) properties of this interval
and the other
interval. If the comparer reports that the Data
(get
) properties are not
equal, the intersection is an empty interval. If the comparer reports that the Data
(get
) properties
are equal, the new interval representing the intersection will have the same value for its Data
(get
)
property as the interval on which this method is called.
other
 The interval to intersect with this interval.dataComparer
 The object to use to compare the Data
(get
) properties of the two intervals.@Nonnull public final TimeInterval1<T> intersect(@Nonnull TimeInterval other)
other
 The interval to intersect with this interval.@Nonnull public final TimeInterval1<T> intersectMergingData(@Nullable TimeInterval1<T> other, @Nullable MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback<T> mergeCallback)
other
 The interval to intersect with this interval.mergeCallback
 A callback to use to 'merge' the data on the two intervals, or null. If this interval
intersects with the other
one, the two data instances will be merged with this callback
to create the data on the resulting interval. If the callback is null, this will intersect the two
intervals and return the new interval with the data from 'this' interval.@Nonnull public final TimeIntervalCollection1<T> add(@Nullable TimeInterval1<T> other)
other
 The interval to add.@Nonnull public final TimeIntervalCollection1<T> add(@Nullable TimeIntervalCollection1<T> intervalList)
intervalList
 The interval list to add.public final boolean contains(@Nonnull JulianDate date)
date
 The date to test.true
if the interval contains the date; otherwise false
.@Nonnull public final <TNew> TimeInterval1<TNew> changeData(TNew newData)
Data
(get
) property.TNew
 The type of the new data.newData
 The new value for the Data
(get
) property.@Nonnull public final TimeInterval removeData()
Data
(get
) property.public final boolean equalsEpsilon(TimeInterval1<T> other, double epsilon)
Start
(get
) and Stop
(get
) properties of the
two intervals. The dates are considered equal if they are within epsilon
seconds of each other. All other properties must be identical.equalsEpsilon
in interface IEquatableEpsilon<TimeInterval1<T>>
other
 The time interval to compare to this time interval.epsilon
 The largest difference between the Start
(get
) and Stop
(get
) dates, in seconds, such that they will be considered equal.Start
(get
) and Stop
(get
) dates of the intervals are equal as defined by the epsilon value and all other properties are identical.public final boolean equalsEpsilon(TimeInterval1<T> other, double epsilon, @Nonnull IEqualityComparer<T> dataComparer)
Start
(get
) and Stop
(get
) properties of the
two intervals. The dates are considered equal if they are within epsilon
seconds of each other. All other properties must be identical.other
 The time interval to compare to this time interval.epsilon
 The largest difference between the Start
(get
) and Stop
(get
) dates, in seconds, such that they will be considered equal.dataComparer
 The object to use to compare the Data
(get
) properties of the two intervals.Start
(get
) and Stop
(get
) dates of the intervals are equal as defined by the epsilon value and all other properties are identical.public final boolean equalsType(TimeInterval1<T> other)
equalsType
in interface IEquatable<TimeInterval1<T>>
other
 The instance to compare to this instance.true
if other
represents the same value as this instance; otherwise false
.public final boolean equals(TimeInterval1<T> other, @Nonnull IEqualityComparer<T> dataComparer)
other
 The instance to compare to this instance.dataComparer
 The object to use to compare the Data
(get
) properties of the two intervals.true
if other
represents the same value as this instance; otherwise false
.public boolean equals(Object obj)
equals
in class Object
obj
 The object to compare to this instance.true
if obj
is an instance of this type and represents the same value as this instance; otherwise false
.Object.hashCode()
,
HashMap
public String toString()
public int hashCode()
hashCode
in class Object
Object.equals(java.lang.Object)
,
System.identityHashCode(java.lang.Object)
public final int getHashCode(@Nonnull IEqualityComparer<T> dataComparer)
dataComparer
 The object to use to retrieve the hash code for the Data
(get
) property of the interval.public static <T> boolean equals(TimeInterval1<T> left, TimeInterval1<T> right)
true
if the two instances are exactly equal.left
 The instance to compare to right
.right
 The instance to compare to left
.true
if left
represents the same value as right
; otherwise false
.public static <T> boolean notEquals(TimeInterval1<T> left, TimeInterval1<T> right)
true
if the two instances are not exactly equal.left
 The instance to compare to right
.right
 The instance to compare to left
.true
if left
does not represent the same value as right
; otherwise false
.@Nonnull public static <T> MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback<T> getAcceptLeft()
MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback
that simply accepts the data on the lefthand side.@Nonnull public static <T> MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback<T> getAcceptRight()
MergeTimeIntervalDataCallback
that simply accepts the data on the righthand side.@Nonnull public static <T> TimeInterval1<T> getEmpty()