XSLT and XPath function reference in alphabetical order
(Excerpt from “XSLT 2.0 & XPath 2.0” by Frank Bongers, chapter 5, translated from German)
Value extraction from time values, date values and duration
An integer of xs:integer type which corresponds to the value of the hours component within the timestamp value passed on.
Optional. A timestamp value of xs:dateTime type which may include a timezone indication. If the empty sequence is passed on, the function also returns an empty output sequence.
Purpose of use:
The function returns an integer between inclusive 0 to 23 which corresponds to the value of the hours component of the timestamp value passed on of xs:dateTime type. The value is normalised beforehand, which means the timezone factor is included (see examples). This may cause a date jump to the previous day or to the next day, provided that the normalised daytime portion does not fall below the value T00:00:00 or does not exceed the value T23:59:59 because of the timezone correction factor. In this case, another value is outputted as the possibly expected (see example 2).
Example 1 - hours from timestamp value, version 1:
Results in: 15.
The inclusion of the timezone correction factor results in a hour value of 15. Here, no date jump occurs.
Example 2 - hours from timestamp value, version 2:
Results in: 2.
In this case, during the normalisation the correction factor of the timezone causes a date jump to the next day T02:30:00.
Example 3 - hours from timestamp value, version 3:
Results in: 17.
When having an assumed implicit timezone factor of -5:00, in this example the value 17 becomes the result by subtracting the appropriate correction factor of -5:00 from 12 - (-5:00).
The function is not available.
fn:hours-from-dateTime($arg as xs:dateTime?) as xs:integer?
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