[plt-scheme] Timedeltas for PLT?

From: Marek Kubica (marek at xivilization.net)
Date: Sat Aug 16 19:48:59 EDT 2008

On Sat, 16 Aug 2008 07:06:49 -0400
Eli Barzilay <eli at barzilay.org> wrote:

> > I am trying to write some small non-trivial programs in Scheme and
> > while looking for stuff that might help me I ran across PLT
> > Reference Chapter 14.6, Time,
> > <http://docs.plt-scheme.org/reference/time.html>. Now, I'm quite
> > used to Pythons datetime
> > <http://docs.python.org/dev/library/datetime.html> which has two
> > constructs that are useful to me: datetime.strptime and the
> > timedelta. Is there something like this also for PLT or do I have
> > to create my own library[1]? 
> Looks like both are covered by srfi-19.

Yeah, looks fine, thanks. Now that I do not have to reinvent poorly I
can start to write my poor non-reinvented programs :)

Btw: Somehow the PLT documentation search does not find the SFRI
documentation. The search function is cool, but somehow it does not
(yet) find all useful things that are documented.


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