Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also

create `tif`

(TimeIndexFrequency) codes for hourly, minutely, and
secondly `ti`

's.

1 2 3 |

`n` |
number of base periods to skip. That is, |

The current implementation has hourly(n) –> 2000 + n,
minutely(n) –> 3000 + n, and secondly(n) –> 4000 + n. If `n`

divides evenly into 3600 for `secondly(n)`

, the return code will
be the same as `hourly(n/3600)`

. For `secondly(n)`

and
`minutely(n)`

, if `n`

divides evenly into 60, the return
code will be as if `minutely(n/60)`

or `hourly(n/60)`

had
been called, respectively.

For `hourly(n)`

, `n`

must evenly divide into 24 and be less
than 24, i.e., `n`

is one of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12. For
`minutely(n)`

, `n`

must be an even divisor of 1440, and less
than 720. For `secondly(n)`

, `n`

must divide evenly into
86400, and be no larger than 960.

An integer `tif`

code.

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