TimeScaleWorkDay Methods

A time scale whose time cell is equal to a single day. Does not include weekends and holidays.
Name Description
Ceil(DateTime) Calculates the smallest datetime value that is greater or equal to the argument and contains an integer number of specified time units. Inherited from TimeScale.
Equals(Object) Determines whether the specified object is equal to the current TimeScaleFixedInterval instance. Inherited from TimeScaleFixedInterval.
Equals(Object, Object) static Determines whether the specified object instances are considered equal. Inherited from Object.
Floor(DateTime) Calculates the largest datetime value that is less or equal to the argument and contains an integer number of days. Inherited from TimeScaleDay.
FormatCaption(DateTime, DateTime) Returns a string formatted according to display format for this scale type. Inherited from TimeScale.
GetHashCode() Calculates the hash code for the TimeScaleFixedInterval instance. Inherited from TimeScaleFixedInterval.
GetNextDate(DateTime) Adds a time interval, equivalent to one day, to the argument value. Inherited from TimeScaleDay.
GetPrevDate(DateTime) Subtracts a time interval equivalent to a scale unit to the argument value. Inherited from TimeScale.
GetType() Gets the Type of the current instance. Inherited from Object.
IsDateVisible(DateTime) Checks whether the specific date belongs to non-working day that is not included in this time scale. You can override this method for custom scales to control which DateTime intervals should be visible. See the Time Scales article for an example.
MemberwiseClone() protected Creates a shallow copy of the current Object. Inherited from Object.
ReferenceEquals(Object, Object) static Determines whether the specified Object instances are the same instance. Inherited from Object.
Round(DateTime) Calculates the datetime value that is the nearest to the argument and contains an integer number of days. Inherited from TimeScaleDay.
ToString() Returns the element's textual representation. Inherited from UserInterfaceObject.
See Also