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class:TimeUnit [CHANGED]

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable, Comparable<TimeUnit>, Constable

    public enum TimeUnit
    extends Enum<TimeUnit>
    A TimeUnit represents time durations at a given unit of granularity and provides utility methods to convert across units, and to perform timing and delay operations in these units. A TimeUnit does not maintain time information, but only helps organize and use time representations that may be maintained separately across various contexts. A nanosecond is defined as one thousandth of a microsecond, a microsecond as one thousandth of a millisecond, a millisecond as one thousandth of a second, a minute as sixty seconds, an hour as sixty minutes, and a day as twenty four hours.

    A TimeUnit is mainly used to inform time-based methods how a given timing parameter should be interpreted. For example, the following code will timeout in 50 milliseconds if the lock is not available:

     
    
    
     Lock lock = ...;
     if (lock.tryLock(50L, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS)) ...
    
    while this code will timeout in 50 seconds:
     
    
    
     Lock lock = ...;
     if (lock.tryLock(50L, TimeUnit.SECONDS)) ...
    
    Note however, that there is no guarantee that a particular timeout implementation will be able to notice the passage of time at the same granularity as the given TimeUnit.

    Since:
    1.5
  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable, Comparable<TimeUnit>

    public enum TimeUnit
    extends Enum<TimeUnit>
    A TimeUnit represents time durations at a given unit of granularity and provides utility methods to convert across units, and to perform timing and delay operations in these units. A TimeUnit does not maintain time information, but only helps organize and use time representations that may be maintained separately across various contexts. A nanosecond is defined as one thousandth of a microsecond, a microsecond as one thousandth of a millisecond, a millisecond as one thousandth of a second, a minute as sixty seconds, an hour as sixty minutes, and a day as twenty four hours.

    A TimeUnit is mainly used to inform time-based methods how a given timing parameter should be interpreted. For example, the following code will timeout in 50 milliseconds if the lock is not available:

     
    
    
     Lock lock = ...;
     if (lock.tryLock(50L, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS)) ...
    
    while this code will timeout in 50 seconds:
     
    
    
     Lock lock = ...;
     if (lock.tryLock(50L, TimeUnit.SECONDS)) ...
    
    Note however, that there is no guarantee that a particular timeout implementation will be able to notice the passage of time at the same granularity as the given TimeUnit.

    Since:
    1.5
  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable, Comparable<TimeUnit>, Constable

    public enum TimeUnit
    extends Enum<TimeUnit>
    A TimeUnit represents time durations at a given unit of granularity and provides utility methods to convert across units, and to perform timing and delay operations in these units. A TimeUnit does not maintain time information, but only helps organize and use time representations that may be maintained separately across various contexts. A nanosecond is defined as one thousandth of a microsecond, a microsecond as one thousandth of a millisecond, a millisecond as one thousandth of a second, a minute as sixty seconds, an hour as sixty minutes, and a day as twenty four hours.

    A TimeUnit is mainly used to inform time-based methods how a given timing parameter should be interpreted. For example, the following code will timeout in 50 milliseconds if the lock is not available:

     
    
    
     Lock lock = ...;
     if (lock.tryLock(50L, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS)) ...
    
    while this code will timeout in 50 seconds:
     
    
    
     Lock lock = ...;
     if (lock.tryLock(50L, TimeUnit.SECONDS)) ...
    
    Note however, that there is no guarantee that a particular timeout implementation will be able to notice the passage of time at the same granularity as the given TimeUnit.

    Since:
    1.5

field:NANOSECONDS [NONE]

  • NANOSECONDS

    public static final TimeUnit NANOSECONDS
    Time unit representing one thousandth of a microsecond.

field:MICROSECONDS [NONE]

  • MICROSECONDS

    public static final TimeUnit MICROSECONDS
    Time unit representing one thousandth of a millisecond.

field:MILLISECONDS [NONE]

  • MILLISECONDS

    public static final TimeUnit MILLISECONDS
    Time unit representing one thousandth of a second.

field:SECONDS [NONE]

  • SECONDS

    public static final TimeUnit SECONDS
    Time unit representing one second.

field:MINUTES [NONE]

  • MINUTES

    public static final TimeUnit MINUTES
    Time unit representing sixty seconds.
    Since:
    1.6

field:HOURS [NONE]

  • HOURS

    public static final TimeUnit HOURS
    Time unit representing sixty minutes.
    Since:
    1.6

field:DAYS [NONE]

  • DAYS

    public static final TimeUnit DAYS
    Time unit representing twenty four hours.
    Since:
    1.6

method:values() [NONE]

  • values

    public static TimeUnit[] values()
    Returns an array containing the constants of this enum type, in the order they are declared. This method may be used to iterate over the constants as follows:
    for (TimeUnit c : TimeUnit.values())
        System.out.println(c);
    
    Returns:
    an array containing the constants of this enum type, in the order they are declared

method:valueOf(java.lang.String) [NONE]

  • valueOf

    public static TimeUnit valueOf​(String name)
    Returns the enum constant of this type with the specified name. The string must match exactly an identifier used to declare an enum constant in this type. (Extraneous whitespace characters are not permitted.)
    Parameters:
    name - the name of the enum constant to be returned.
    Returns:
    the enum constant with the specified name
    Throws:
    IllegalArgumentException - if this enum type has no constant with the specified name
    NullPointerException - if the argument is null

method:convert(long,java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit) [NONE]

  • convert

    public long convert​(long sourceDuration,
                        TimeUnit sourceUnit)
    Converts the given time duration in the given unit to this unit. Conversions from finer to coarser granularities truncate, so lose precision. For example, converting 999 milliseconds to seconds results in 0. Conversions from coarser to finer granularities with arguments that would numerically overflow saturate to Long.MIN_VALUE if negative or Long.MAX_VALUE if positive.

    For example, to convert 10 minutes to milliseconds, use: TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS.convert(10L, TimeUnit.MINUTES)

    Parameters:
    sourceDuration - the time duration in the given sourceUnit
    sourceUnit - the unit of the sourceDuration argument
    Returns:
    the converted duration in this unit, or Long.MIN_VALUE if conversion would negatively overflow, or Long.MAX_VALUE if it would positively overflow.

method:convert(java.time.Duration) [NONE]

  • convert

    public long convert​(Duration duration)
    Converts the given time duration to this unit.

    For any TimeUnit unit, unit.convert(Duration.ofNanos(n)) is equivalent to unit.convert(n, NANOSECONDS) , and unit.convert(Duration.of(n, unit.toChronoUnit())) is equivalent to n (in the absence of overflow).

    API Note:
    This method differs from Duration.toNanos() in that it does not throw ArithmeticException on numeric overflow.
    Parameters:
    duration - the time duration
    Returns:
    the converted duration in this unit, or Long.MIN_VALUE if conversion would negatively overflow, or Long.MAX_VALUE if it would positively overflow.
    Throws:
    NullPointerException - if duration is null
    Since:
    11
    See Also:
    Duration.of(long,TemporalUnit)

method:toNanos(long) [NONE]

  • toNanos

    public long toNanos​(long duration)
    Parameters:
    duration - the duration
    Returns:
    the converted duration, or Long.MIN_VALUE if conversion would negatively overflow, or Long.MAX_VALUE if it would positively overflow.

method:toMicros(long) [NONE]

  • toMicros

    public long toMicros​(long duration)
    Parameters:
    duration - the duration
    Returns:
    the converted duration, or Long.MIN_VALUE if conversion would negatively overflow, or Long.MAX_VALUE if it would positively overflow.

method:toMillis(long) [NONE]

  • toMillis

    public long toMillis​(long duration)
    Parameters:
    duration - the duration
    Returns:
    the converted duration, or Long.MIN_VALUE if conversion would negatively overflow, or Long.MAX_VALUE if it would positively overflow.

method:toSeconds(long) [NONE]

  • toSeconds

    public long toSeconds​(long duration)
    Parameters:
    duration - the duration
    Returns:
    the converted duration, or Long.MIN_VALUE if conversion would negatively overflow, or Long.MAX_VALUE if it would positively overflow.

method:toMinutes(long) [NONE]

  • toMinutes

    public long toMinutes​(long duration)
    Parameters:
    duration - the duration
    Returns:
    the converted duration, or Long.MIN_VALUE if conversion would negatively overflow, or Long.MAX_VALUE if it would positively overflow.
    Since:
    1.6

method:toHours(long) [NONE]

  • toHours

    public long toHours​(long duration)
    Parameters:
    duration - the duration
    Returns:
    the converted duration, or Long.MIN_VALUE if conversion would negatively overflow, or Long.MAX_VALUE if it would positively overflow.
    Since:
    1.6

method:toDays(long) [NONE]

  • toDays

    public long toDays​(long duration)
    Parameters:
    duration - the duration
    Returns:
    the converted duration
    Since:
    1.6

method:timedWait(java.lang.Object,long) [NONE]

  • timedWait

    public void timedWait​(Object obj,
                          long timeout)
                   throws InterruptedException
    
    Performs a timed Object.wait using this time unit. This is a convenience method that converts timeout arguments into the form required by the Object.wait method.

    For example, you could implement a blocking poll method (see BlockingQueue.poll) using:

     
    
    
     public E poll(long timeout, TimeUnit unit)
         throws InterruptedException {
       synchronized (lock) {
         while (isEmpty()) {
           unit.timedWait(lock, timeout);
           ...
         }
       }
     }
    

    Parameters:
    obj - the object to wait on
    timeout - the maximum time to wait. If less than or equal to zero, do not wait at all.
    Throws:
    InterruptedException - if interrupted while waiting

method:timedJoin(java.lang.Thread,long) [NONE]

  • timedJoin

    public void timedJoin​(Thread thread,
                          long timeout)
                   throws InterruptedException
    
    Performs a timed Thread.join using this time unit. This is a convenience method that converts time arguments into the form required by the Thread.join method.
    Parameters:
    thread - the thread to wait for
    timeout - the maximum time to wait. If less than or equal to zero, do not wait at all.
    Throws:
    InterruptedException - if interrupted while waiting

method:sleep(long) [NONE]

  • sleep

    public void sleep​(long timeout)
               throws InterruptedException
    
    Performs a Thread.sleep using this time unit. This is a convenience method that converts time arguments into the form required by the Thread.sleep method.
    Parameters:
    timeout - the minimum time to sleep. If less than or equal to zero, do not sleep at all.
    Throws:
    InterruptedException - if interrupted while sleeping

method:toChronoUnit() [NONE]

  • toChronoUnit

    public ChronoUnit toChronoUnit()
    Converts this TimeUnit to the equivalent ChronoUnit.
    Returns:
    the converted equivalent ChronoUnit
    Since:
    9

method:of(java.time.temporal.ChronoUnit) [NONE]

  • of

    public static TimeUnit of​(ChronoUnit chronoUnit)
    Converts a ChronoUnit to the equivalent TimeUnit.
    Parameters:
    chronoUnit - the ChronoUnit to convert
    Returns:
    the converted equivalent TimeUnit
    Throws:
    IllegalArgumentException - if chronoUnit has no equivalent TimeUnit
    NullPointerException - if chronoUnit is null
    Since:
    9

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