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Project Summary

PrettyTime.NET is an OpenSource .NET time comparison library for creating human readable time. This is a modified version of PrettyTime, created by Lincoln Baxter, III from OcpSoft. PrettyTime can be found at http://code.google.com/p/prettytime/.

Completely customizable, PrettyTime.NET creates human readable, relative timestamps like those seen on Digg, Twitter, Gmail, Facebook and FeedWatchdog. It's simple, get started "right now!"

Simple Exampleprivate string PrettyItUp(DateTime Date)
{
using (PrettyTime.PrettyTime p = new PrettyTime.PrettyTime())
return p.format(Date);
}minutes from now test///
/// A test for minutes from now
///
[TestMethod()]
public void MinutesFromNow()
{
using (PrettyTime p = new PrettyTime())
{
Assert.AreEqual(“12 minutes from now”, p.format(DateTime.Now.AddMinutes(12)));
}
}days ago test///
/// A test for days ago
///
[TestMethod()]
public void DaysAgo()
{
using (PrettyTime p = new PrettyTime())
{
Assert.AreEqual(“3 days ago”, p.format(DateTime.Now.AddDays(-3)));
}
}

Tags

datetime c elapsed net timestamp pretty time

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30 Day Summary

Apr 10 2016 — May 10 2016

12 Month Summary

May 10 2015 — May 10 2016

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