B4A Library Simple Lunar Library

52manhua

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Well, that's a Chinese Lunar Library,
It's just convert milliseconds value to Chinese lunar calendar date。
e.g. the DateTime.Now

The function is still very simple, although can be used basically.
However, let's update it later.

The App Use of this library:
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Basic Usage:
B4X:
    Dim b As LunarLib  
    Dim c As Lunar =b.converterDate(DateTime.Now)
    Log(c.Day)

    Log(c.lyear & " " & c.lmonth & " "  & c.lday)
    Log(c.toString)
    Log(c.Month & "月" & c.Day)
The Result:
农历类使用方法.png snipaste20180904_194325.png


Any suggestion is welcome,
I'm new to compile library, Thx =D
 

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LucaMs

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Thank you for sharing.

It's just convert microsecond
milliseconds


I took a look at the Chinese forum: really strange. That's why your thread is more appreciable.


Of course you should be a genius at least 10 times more than Erel:
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7 years old! :eek:

:)



[At the age of 7 I only knew the "multiplication tables" (but only because at that time there were no smartphones :p]
 

52manhua

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Thank you for sharing.


milliseconds


I took a look at the Chinese forum: really strange. That's why your thread is more appreciable.


Of course you should be a genius at least 10 times more than Erel:
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7 years old! :eek:

:)Well, its my son's age



[At the age of 7 I only knew the "multiplication tables" (but only because at that time there were no smartphones :p]

well, it's my son's age = )

and thank you.
 

52manhua

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AS I tested when using DateTime.DateParse("xx/xx/xxxx") code the value should add 1000 or upper to make the result right,

Otherwise the Lunar.Day is one day earilier,

It should be fixed in next version.

For now ,just type:
B4X:
converterDate(DateTime.DateParse("xx/xx/xxxx") + 1000)
 
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