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 minutes component of the normalised time value passed on.
Optional. A daytime indication of xs:time type which may contain a timezone indication. If the input sequence is empty, the function returns the empty sequence.
Purpose of use:
The return value is an integer between (inclusive) 0 and 59 which corresponds to the minutes component of the time normalised value.
A normalisation of the time value by inclusion of a timezone difference usually has no influence on its minutes component since timezone indications do not cover entire hours.
Example 1 - minutes component from time:
Results in: 0.
The time is already in UTC time so that a normalisation is not required (which would have no effect here anyway). The minutes component can be extracted directly.
Example 2 - minutes component from time:
Results in: 35.
In this case there is an explicit timezone indication. However, the normalisation does not have an effect on the value of the minutes component.
The function is not available.
fn:minutes-from-time($arg as xs:time?) as xs:integer?
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