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5.20.2 I18N.LcTime: printing

print: aDateOrTimeOrArray on: aStream
Print aDateOrTimeOrArray on aStream according to the receiver's formatting conventions. It can be a Date, Time, DateTime, or an array made of a Date and a Time


print: aDateOrTimeOrArray on: aStream ifFull: fullFmt ifDate: dateFmt ifTime: timeFmt
Print aDateOrTimeOrArray on aStream according to the receiver's formatting conventions. It can be a Date, Time, DateTime, or an array made of a Date and a Time: Date is printed with dateFmt and Time with timeFmt, while in the other cases fullFmt is used. For information on the formatting codes, see #print:time:format:on:.


print: aDate time: aTime format: aString on: aStream
Print the specified date and time on aStream according to the receiver's formatting conventions, using the given format. The valid abbreviations are the same used by the C function strftime: abbreviated weekday (%a) weekday (%A) abbreviated month (%b) month (%B) date & time (%c) century (%C) day of the month (%d) date (US) (%D) day of the month (%e) year for the ISO week (%g) year for the ISO week (%G) abbreviated month (%h) hours (%H) hours (AM/PM) (%I) day of the year (%j) hours (%k) hours (AM/PM) (%l) month (%m) minutes (%M) AM/PM (%p) lowercase AM/PM (%P) AM/PM time (%r) time (US) (%R) time_t (%s) seconds (%S) time (US) (%T) day of the week (%u) week number starting at Sun (%U) week number starting at Thu (%V) day of the week, Sunday=0 (%w) week number starting at Mon (%W) date (%x) time (%X) year (2-digit) (%y) year (4-digit) (%Y).