as_czech_date: Make Date of Class 'czech_date'

View source: R/czech_date.R

as_czech_dateR Documentation

Make Date of Class czech_date

Description

Appends the czech_date class attribute to the input object. Date of class czech_date is printed as a date in long format with correct Czech grammatical case (see Details and Grammatical cases section below).

Usage

as_czech_date(date, case = "genitive")

Arguments

date

date or date-like object to parse.

case

character, either "nominative", "locative" or "genitive" (default) or any unambiguous abbreviation of these.

Details

The grammatical case should be specified as and argument to print() method, but for convenience, you can predefine it in as_czech_date call directly. It is then stored as an attribute, later grabbed by the print method.

Note that as opposed to other date formating functions in R, as_date_czech trims leading zeros.

Value

Same as input, but with class czech_date and attribute gramm_case.

Grammatical cases

Three grammatical cases are supported:

  • nominative – native form, i.e. "leden" in Czech

  • locative – "in ...", i.e. "v lednu" in Czech

  • genitive – "the 'nth' of ...", i.e. "5. ledna" in Czech

Czech months listed by case are available in .czech_months.

Examples

Sys.time() %>% as_czech_date()

# in "nominative" grammatical case (note the abbreviation)
Sys.time() %>% as_czech_date("nom")

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