3hutool source code analysis: dateutil (time tool class) - obtain various contents of the date

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Source code analysis purpose

Know what it is, know why

Project reference

The basis of this blog post: hutool-5.6.5 version source code

        <dependency>
			<groupId>cn.hutool</groupId>
			<artifactId>hutool-core</artifactId>
			<version>5.6.5</version>
		</dependency>

Method name: dateutil year(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * Get part of the year
	 *
	 * @param date date
	 * @return Part of the year
	 */
	public static int year(Date date) {
		return DateTime.of(date).year();
	}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Year (*) can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.year()

/**
	 * Convert JDK date to DateTime
	 *
	 * @param date JDK Date
	 * @return DateTime
	 */
	public static DateTime of(Date date) {
		if (date instanceof DateTime) {
			return (DateTime) date;
		}
		return new DateTime(date);
	}

Part two,

/**
 * Get part of the year
 *
 * @return Part of the year
 */
public int year() {
   return getField(DateField.YEAR);
}

/**
	 * Get a part of the date < br >
	 * For example, to get the part of the year, use getField(DatePart.YEAR)
	 *
	 * @param field Enumeration indicating which part of the date {@ link DateField}
	 * @return Value of a part
	 */
	public int getField(DateField field) {
		return getField(field.getValue());
	}

/**
	 * Get a part of the date < br >
	 * For example, to get the year portion, use getField(Calendar.YEAR)
	 *
	 * @param field The int value {@ link Calendar}
	 * @return Value of a part
	 */
	public int getField(int field) {
		return toCalendar().get(field);
	}

/**
 * Convert to Calendar, default {@ link Locale}
 *
 * @return {@link Calendar}
 */
public Calendar toCalendar() {
   return toCalendar(Locale.getDefault(Locale.Category.FORMAT));
}

**toCalendar() * * you will get the Calendar, which is easy to understand. You can get the year.

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Method name: dateutil quarter(java.util.Date)

Method description

Gets the quarter of the specified date, counting from 1

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Gets the quarter of the specified date, counting from 1
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return What quarter
 * @since 4.1.0
 */
public static int quarter(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).quarter();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Quarter() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.quarter()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

In the second part, month() gets the month corresponding to DateTime, and then makes a simple calculation.

/**
 * Obtain the quarter of the current date and count from 1 < br >
 *
 * @return What quarter {@ link Quarter}
 */
public int quarter() {
   return month() / 3 + 1;
}

/**
	 * Get month, count from 0
	 *
	 * @return month
	 */
	public int month() {
		return getField(DateField.MONTH);
	}
/**
	 * Get a part of the date < br >
	 * For example, to get the part of the year, use getField(DatePart.YEAR)
	 *
	 * @param field Enumeration indicating which part of the date {@ link DateField}
	 * @return Value of a part
	 */
	public int getField(DateField field) {
		return getField(field.getValue());
	}

getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

Method name: dateutil quarterEnum(java.util.Date)

Method description

Gets the Quarter to which the specified date belongs, and returns the Quarter enumeration object Quarter

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Get the quarter of the specified date
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return Quarter enumeration
 * @since 4.1.0
 */
public static Quarter quarterEnum(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).quarterEnum();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Quarterenum() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.quarterEnum()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, quarter() There is a source code analysis above. The conclusion is to obtain the quarter of the current date and count from 1

**Quarter.of(int) * * is to convert the corresponding value into the corresponding enumeration quarter

/**
 * Obtain the quarter of the current date < br >
 *
 * @return What quarter {@ link Quarter}
 */
public Quarter quarterEnum() {
   return Quarter.of(quarter());
}

Method name: dateutil month(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Get month, count from 0
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return Month, counting from 0
 */
public static int month(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).month();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Month() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.month()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * Get month, count from 0
 *
 * @return month
 */
public int month() {
   return getField(DateField.MONTH);
}

Method name: dateutil monthEnum(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Get month
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return {@link Month}
 */
public static Month monthEnum(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).monthEnum();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Monthenum() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.monthEnum()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, month() Is to get the month, counting from 0

**Month.of(int) * * is to convert the corresponding numerical value into the corresponding enumeration month

/**
 * Get month
 *
 * @return {@link Month}
 */
public Month monthEnum() {
   return Month.of(month());
}

Method name: dateutil weekOfYear(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * The specified date is the week of the year < br >
 * The return value of this method is related to the first day of the week, for example: < br >
 * 2016 January 3 is Sunday. If the first day of a week is Sunday, it is the second week (return 2) < br >
 * If the first day of a week is Monday, that day is the first week (return 1) < br >
 * The result of the week in the new year is always 1
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return week
 * @see DateTime#setFirstDayOfWeek(Week)
 */
public static int weekOfYear(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).weekOfYear();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Weekofyear() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.weekOfYear()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * The specified date is the week of the year < br >
 * The return value of this method is related to the first day of the week, for example: < br >
 * 2016 January 3 is Sunday. If the first day of a week is Sunday, it is the second week (return 2) < br >
 * If the first day of a week is Monday, that day is the first week (return 1) < br >
 * The result of the week in the new year is always 1
 *
 * @return week
 * @see #setFirstDayOfWeek(Week)
 */
public int weekOfYear() {
   return getField(DateField.WEEK_OF_YEAR);
}

Method name: dateutil weekOfMonth(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * The specified date is the day of the month in which the date is located < br >
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return day
 */
public static int dayOfMonth(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).dayOfMonth();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Year (*) can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.monthEnum()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * The specified date is the day of the month in which the date is located, starting from 1
 *
 * @return Day, 1 means the first day
 */
public int dayOfMonth() {
   return getField(DateField.DAY_OF_MONTH);
}

Method name: dateutil dayOfMonth(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * The specified date is the day of the month in which the date is located < br >
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return day
 */
public static int dayOfMonth(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).dayOfMonth();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Dayofmonth() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.dayOfMonth()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * The specified date is the day of the month in which the date is located, starting from 1
 *
 * @return Day, 1 means the first day
 */
public int dayOfMonth() {
   return getField(DateField.DAY_OF_MONTH);
}

Method name: dateutil dayOfYear(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Gets the day of the year in which the specified date is located
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return day
 * @since 5.3.6
 */
public static int dayOfYear(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).dayOfYear();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Dayofyear() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.dayOfYear()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * Get the specified date, which is the day of the year in which the date is located, starting from 1
 *
 * @return Day, 1 means the first day
 * @since 5.3.6
 */
public int dayOfYear() {
   return getField(DateField.DAY_OF_YEAR);
}

Method name: dateutil dayOfWeek(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Get the day of the week for the specified date, 1 for Sunday and 2 for Monday
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return day
 */
public static int dayOfWeek(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).dayOfWeek();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Dayofweek() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.dayOfWeek()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * Get the day of the week for the specified date, 1 for Sunday and 2 for Monday
 *
 * @return What day is today?
 */
public int dayOfWeek() {
   return getField(DateField.DAY_OF_WEEK);
}

Method name: dateutil dayOfWeekEnum(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Gets the day of the week the specified date is
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return {@link Week}
 */
public static Week dayOfWeekEnum(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).dayOfWeekEnum();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Dayofweekenum() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.dayOfWeekEnum()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, dayOfWeek() Is to get the day of the week for the specified date. 1 means Sunday and 2 means Monday

**Week.of(int) * * is to convert the corresponding value into the corresponding enumeration week

/**
 * Gets the day of the week the specified date is
 *
 * @return {@link Week}
 */
public Week dayOfWeekEnum() {
   return Week.of(dayOfWeek());
}

Method name: dateutil hour(java.util.Date, boolean)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Get the hours section of the specified date < br >
 *
 * @param date          date
 * @param is24HourClock 24-hour system
 * @return Hours
 */
public static int hour(Date date, boolean is24HourClock) {
   return DateTime.of(date).hour(is24HourClock);
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Hour (is24hourclock) * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.hour(is24HourClock)

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

is24HourClock ? DateField.HOUR_OF_DAY : DateField.HOUR: is24hour clock

DateField.HOUR_OF_DAY: hour, for 24-hour system

DateField.HOUR: hour, for 12 hour system

/**
 * Get the hours section of the specified date < br >
 *
 * @param is24HourClock 24-hour system
 * @return Hours
 */
public int hour(boolean is24HourClock) {
   return getField(is24HourClock ? DateField.HOUR_OF_DAY : DateField.HOUR);
}

Method name: dateutil minute(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Get the minutes section of the specified date < br >
 * For example: 10:04:15.250 = 4
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return Minutes
 */
public static int minute(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).minute();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Minute() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.minute()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * Get the minutes section of the specified date < br >
 * For example: 10:04:15.250 = 4
 *
 * @return Minutes
 */
public int minute() {
   return getField(DateField.MINUTE);
}

Method name: dateutil second(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Gets the seconds portion of the specified date < br >
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return Seconds
 */
public static int second(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).second();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Second() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.second()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * Gets the seconds portion of the specified date < br >
 *
 * @return Seconds
 */
public int second() {
   return getField(DateField.SECOND);
}

Method name: dateutil millisecond(java.util.Date)

Method description

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * Gets the milliseconds portion of the specified date < br >
	 *
	 * @param date date
	 * @return Msec 
	 */
	public static int millisecond(Date date) {
		return DateTime.of(date).millisecond();
	}

Source code * * datetime of(date). Millisecond() * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.millisecond()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

/**
 * Gets the milliseconds portion of the specified date < br >
 *
 * @return Msec 
 */
public int millisecond() {
   return getField(DateField.MILLISECOND);
}

Method name: dateutil isAM(java.util.Date)

Method description

Is it morning

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Is it morning
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return Is it morning
 */
public static boolean isAM(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).isAM();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). ISAM () * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.isAM()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

Made a judgment calendar AM == getField(DateField.AM_PM)

/**
 * Is it morning
 *
 * @return Is it morning
 */
public boolean isAM() {
   return Calendar.AM == getField(DateField.AM_PM);
}

Method name: dateutil isPM(java.util.Date)

Method description

Is it afternoon

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Is it afternoon
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return Is it afternoon
 */
public static boolean isPM(Date date) {
   return DateTime.of(date).isPM();
}

Source code * * datetime of(date). ISPM () * * can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.of(date)
  • DateTime.isPM()

DateTime.of(date) There is an introduction above. There is no water here.

Part two, getField The method is introduced above. There is no water here.

Made a judgment calendar PM== getField(DateField.AM_PM)

/**
 * Is it afternoon
 *
 * @return Is it afternoon
 */
public boolean isPM() {
   return Calendar.PM == getField(DateField.AM_PM);
}

Method name: dateutil thisYear()

Method description

Return this year

Source code analysis I

/**
 * @return this year
 */
public static int thisYear() {
   return year(date());
}

The * * year(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.year() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisMonth()

Method description

Returns the current month

Source code analysis I

/**
 * @return Current month
 */
public static int thisMonth() {
   return month(date());
}

The * * month(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.month() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisMonthEnum()

Method description

Returns the current month

Source code analysis I

/**
 * @return Current month {@ link Month}
 */
public static Month thisMonthEnum() {
   return monthEnum(date());
}

The * * monthEnum(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.monthEnum() gets the year's portion Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisWeekOfYear()

Method description

Returns the week ordinal of the year of the current date

Source code analysis I

/**
 * @return The week ordinal of the year in which the current date is located
 */
public static int thisWeekOfYear() {
   return weekOfYear(date());
}

The * * weekOfYear(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.weekOfYear() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisWeekOfMonth()

Method description

Returns the week ordinal of the month in which the current date is located

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * @return The week ordinal of the month in which the current date is located
	 */
	public static int thisWeekOfMonth() {
		return weekOfMonth(date());
	}

The * * weekOfMonth(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.weekOfMonth() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisDayOfMonth()

Method description

Returns the day of the month in which the current date is located

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * @return The current date is the day of the month in which this date is located
	 */
	public static int thisDayOfMonth() {
		return dayOfMonth(date());
	}

The * * dayOfMonth(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.dayOfMonth() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisDayOfWeek()

Method description

Returns the day of the week the current date is

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * @return What day of the week is the current date
	 */
	public static int thisDayOfWeek() {
		return dayOfWeek(date());
	}

The * * dayOfWeek(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.dayOfWeek() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisDayOfWeekEnum()

Method description

Returns the day of the week the current date is

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * @return The current date is the day of the week {@ link Week}
	 */
	public static Week thisDayOfWeekEnum() {
		return dayOfWeekEnum(date());
	}

The * * dayOfWeekEnum(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.dayOfWeekEnum() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisHour(boolean)

Method description

Returns the hours portion of the current date

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * @param is24HourClock 24-hour system
	 * @return The hours portion of the current date < br >
	 */
	public static int thisHour(boolean is24HourClock) {
		return hour(date(), is24HourClock);
	}

The * * hour(date(), is24HourClock) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.hour() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisMinute()

Method description

Returns the minutes portion of the current date

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * @return Minutes portion of the current date < br >
	 */
	public static int thisMinute() {
		return minute(date());
	}

The * * minute(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.minute() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisSecond()

Method description

Returns the seconds portion of the current date

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * @return The seconds portion of the current date < br >
	 */
	public static int thisSecond() {
		return second(date());
	}

The * * second(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.second() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil thisMillisecond()

Method description

Returns the milliseconds portion of the current date

Source code analysis I

	/**
	 * @return The milliseconds portion of the current date < br >
	 */
	public static int thisMillisecond() {
		return millisecond(date());
	}

The * * millisecond(date()) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • DateTime.date() gets the current time and returns the datetime type
  • DateTime.millisecond() gets the part of the year Source code analysis

DateTime.date()

/**
 * Current time, converted to {@ link DateTime} object
 *
 * @return current time 
 */
public static DateTime date() {
   return new DateTime();
}

Method name: dateutil yearAndQuarter(java.util.Date)

Method description

Get the specified date, year and season < br >
Format: [20131] indicates the first quarter of 2013

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Get the specified date, year and season < br >
 * Format: [20131] indicates the first quarter of 2013
 *
 * @param date date
 * @return Quarter ´╝îSimilar to 20132
 */
public static String yearAndQuarter(Date date) {
   return yearAndQuarter(calendar(date));
}

The * * yearAndQuarter(calendar(date)) * * of the source code can be disassembled into two parts

  • Calendar (date): convert a date object to a calendar object
  • yearAndQuarter(Calendar)

yearAndQuarter method code analysis:

Get year cal get(Calendar.YEAR)

Get quarterly cal get(Calendar.MONTH) / 3 + 1

Then use StringBuilder to splice strings

/**
 * Get the specified date, year and quarter < br >
 * Format: [20131] indicates the first quarter of 2013
 *
 * @param cal date
 * @return Year and quarter, format similar to 20131
 */
public static String yearAndQuarter(Calendar cal) {
   return StrUtil.builder().append(cal.get(Calendar.YEAR)).append(cal.get(Calendar.MONTH) / 3 + 1).toString();
}

Method name: dateutil yearAndQuarter(java.util.Date, java.util.Date)

Method description

Obtain the year and season within the specified date interval < br >

Source code analysis I

/**
 * Obtain the year and season within the specified date interval < br >
 *
 * @param startDate Start date (inclusive)
 * @param endDate   End date (inclusive)
 * @return Quarterly list, element similar to 20132
 */
public static LinkedHashSet<String> yearAndQuarter(Date startDate, Date endDate) {
   if (startDate == null || endDate == null) {
      return new LinkedHashSet<>(0);
   }
   return yearAndQuarter(startDate.getTime(), endDate.getTime());
}

As shown in the above code, there is a blank judgment processing

Then, write a while loop and save the qualified year and quarter in the LinkedHashSet. After saving the string of a year and quarter, the start time will be increased by 3 months. If the start time exceeds the end time, let the end time be the start time, and end the loop after processing

/**
 * Obtain the year and quarter within the specified date range < br >
 *
 * @param startDate Start date (inclusive)
 * @param endDate   End date (inclusive)
 * @return Quarterly list, element similar to 20132
 * @since 4.1.15
 */
public static LinkedHashSet<String> yearAndQuarter(long startDate, long endDate) {
   LinkedHashSet<String> quarters = new LinkedHashSet<>();
   final Calendar cal = calendar(startDate);
   while (startDate <= endDate) {
      // If the start time exceeds the end time, let the end time be the start time, and end the cycle after processing
      quarters.add(yearAndQuarter(cal));

      cal.add(Calendar.MONTH, 3);
      startDate = cal.getTimeInMillis();
   }

   return quarters;
}

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Added by RogerInHawaii on Fri, 14 Jan 2022 00:57:32 +0200