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package nu.validator.datatype;
This datatype shall accept strings that conform to the format specified for datetime attribute of the ins and del elements in Web Applications 1.0.

If the time zone designator is not "Z", the absolute value of the time zone designator must not exceed 12 hours.

This datatype must not accept the empty string.

Note that allowing a numeric time zone designator is not the only difference with datetime. This type requires seconds to be explicitly present.

Author(s):
hsivonen
Version:
$Id$
public final class DatetimeTz extends AbstractDatetime {

    
The singleton instance.
    public static final DatetimeTz THE_INSTANCE = new DatetimeTz();

    
The rexexp for this datatype. See the capturing groups in the "valid global date and time string" check in AbstractDatetime#checkValid; those are groups 21 to 29, so we lead with 20 dummy capturing groups here to force the right number of capturing groups.
    private static final Pattern THE_PATTERN = Pattern.compile("^(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}(.){0}([0-9]{4,})-([0-9]{2})-([0-9]{2})[T ]([0-9]{2}):([0-9]{2})(?::([0-9]{2})(?:\\.([0-9]+))?)?(?:Z|(?:([+-][0-9]{2}):?([0-9]{2})))$");

    
Constructor.
    private DatetimeTz() {
        super();
    }

    
Returns the regexp for this datatype.

Returns:
the regexp for this datatype
See also:
AbstractDatetime.getPattern()
    protected final Pattern getPattern() {
        return ;
    }
    @Override
    public String getName() {
        return "datetime with timezone";
    }
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