--- ais/ai-00160.txt 2000/01/26 18:24:21 1.5 +++ ais/ai-00160.txt 2000/06/21 23:39:09 1.6 @@ -34,21 +34,21 @@ 9.6(24,26) say: -24 The functions Year, Month, Day, and Seconds return the corresponding -values for a given value of the type Time, as appropriate to an -implementation-defined timezone; the procedure Split returns all four -corresponding values. Conversely, the function Time_Of combines a year -number, a month number, a day number, and a duration, into a value of type -Time. The operators "+" and "-" for addition and subtraction of times and -durations, and the relational operators for times, have the conventional -meaning. + The functions Year, Month, Day, and Seconds return the corresponding + values for a given value of the type Time, as appropriate to an + implementation-defined timezone; the procedure Split returns all four + corresponding values. Conversely, the function Time_Of combines a year + number, a month number, a day number, and a duration, into a value of type + Time. The operators "+" and "-" for addition and subtraction of times and + durations, and the relational operators for times, have the conventional + meaning. -26 The exception Time_Error is raised by the function Time_Of if the actual -parameters do not form a proper date. This exception is also raised by the -operators "+" and "-" if the result is not representable in the type Time or -Duration, as appropriate. This exception is also raised by the function Year -or the procedure Split if the year number of the given date is outside of the -range of the subtype Year_Number. + The exception Time_Error is raised by the function Time_Of if the actual + parameters do not form a proper date. This exception is also raised by the + operators "+" and "-" if the result is not representable in the type Time or + Duration, as appropriate. This exception is also raised by the function Year + or the procedure Split if the year number of the given date is outside of the + range of the subtype Year_Number. 9.6(24) uses the phrase "as appropriate to an implementation-defined timezone". The implementation is free to do daylight-savings-processing

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