Time represents an abstraction for a time of day, based on a 24-hour clock. In contrast to Date, class Time is much more clearly specified in the Blue Book, and consequently there is much less variation between the vendor implementations. Smalltalk/V adds additional protocol to Time class to control the real-time clock on a personal computer. As with Date, the form is that Time provides protocol for manipulating Time instances, while Time class supports instance creation and general queries.
hours, minutes, seconds
addTime:, asSeconds, subtractTime:
Creating instances
dateAndTimeNow, fromSeconds:, now
millisecondsPerDay, millisecondsToRun:, millisecondClockValue
Porting tip:
Neither Objectworks\Smalltalk or Smalltalk/V support millisecondsPerDay.
Last modified date: 01/29/2015