TimeZoneInfo.TransitionTime.Week TimeZoneInfo.TransitionTime.Week TimeZoneInfo.TransitionTime.Week TimeZoneInfo.TransitionTime.Week Property

Definition

Gets the week of the month in which a time change occurs.

public:
 property int Week { int get(); };
public int Week { get; }
member this.Week : int
Public ReadOnly Property Week As Integer

Property Value

The week of the month in which the time change occurs.

Examples

The following example enumerates the time zones found on the local computer and displays transition time information for all floating-date transitions. The time information includes the week of the month in which the time change occurs. The example also defines a WeekOfMonth enumeration to display a string that represents the ordinal value of the Week property rather than an integer.

private enum WeekOfMonth
{
   First = 1,
   Second = 2,
   Third = 3,
   Fourth = 4,
   Last = 5
}

private void GetFloatingTransitionTimes()
{
   ReadOnlyCollection<TimeZoneInfo> timeZones = TimeZoneInfo.GetSystemTimeZones();
   foreach (TimeZoneInfo zone in timeZones)
   {
      TimeZoneInfo.AdjustmentRule[] adjustmentRules = zone.GetAdjustmentRules();
      DateTimeFormatInfo dateInfo = CultureInfo.CurrentCulture.DateTimeFormat;
      foreach (TimeZoneInfo.AdjustmentRule adjustmentRule in adjustmentRules)
      {
         TimeZoneInfo.TransitionTime daylightStart = adjustmentRule.DaylightTransitionStart;
         if (! daylightStart.IsFixedDateRule)
            Console.WriteLine("{0}, {1:d}-{2:d}: Begins at {3:t} on the {4} {5} of {6}.", 
                              zone.StandardName, 
                              adjustmentRule.DateStart, 
                              adjustmentRule.DateEnd,                                 
                              daylightStart.TimeOfDay, 
                              ((WeekOfMonth)daylightStart.Week).ToString(),  
                              daylightStart.DayOfWeek.ToString(),
                              dateInfo.GetMonthName(daylightStart.Month));

         TimeZoneInfo.TransitionTime daylightEnd = adjustmentRule.DaylightTransitionEnd;
         if (! daylightEnd.IsFixedDateRule)
            Console.WriteLine("{0}, {1:d}-{2:d}: Ends at {3:t} on the {4} {5} of {6}.", 
                              zone.StandardName, 
                              adjustmentRule.DateStart, 
                              adjustmentRule.DateEnd,                                 
                              daylightEnd.TimeOfDay, 
                              ((WeekOfMonth)daylightEnd.Week).ToString(),  
                              daylightEnd.DayOfWeek.ToString(), 
                              dateInfo.GetMonthName(daylightEnd.Month));
      }
   }   
}
Private Enum WeekOfMonth As Integer
   First = 1
   Second = 2
   Third = 3
   Fourth = 4
   Last = 5 
End Enum

Private Sub GetFloatingTransitionTimes()
   Dim timeZones As ReadOnlyCollection(Of TimeZoneInfo) = TimeZoneInfo.GetSystemTimeZones()
   For Each zone As TimeZoneInfo In timeZones
      Dim adjustmentRules() As TimeZoneInfo.AdjustmentRule = zone.GetAdjustmentRules()
      For Each adjustmentRule As TimeZoneInfo.AdjustmentRule in adjustmentRules
         Dim daylightStart As TimeZoneInfo.TransitionTime = adjustmentRule.DaylightTransitionStart
         If Not daylightStart.IsFixedDateRule Then
            Console.WriteLine("{0}, {1:d}-{2:d}: Begins at {3:t} on the {4} {5} of {6}.", _
                              zone.StandardName, _
                              adjustmentRule.DateStart, _
                              adjustmentRule.DateEnd, _                                 
                              daylightStart.TimeOfDay, _
                              CType(daylightStart.Week, WeekOfMonth).ToString(), _ 
                              daylightStart.DayOfWeek.ToString(), _
                              MonthName(daylightStart.Month))
         End If
         Dim daylightEnd As TimeZoneInfo.TransitionTime = adjustmentRule.DaylightTransitionEnd
         If Not daylightEnd.IsFixedDateRule Then
            Console.WriteLine("{0}, {1:d}-{2:d}: Ends at {3:t} on the {4} {5} of {6}.", _
                              zone.StandardName, _
                              adjustmentRule.DateStart, _
                              adjustmentRule.DateEnd, _                                 
                              daylightEnd.TimeOfDay, _
                              CType(daylightEnd.Week, WeekOfMonth).ToString(), _ 
                              daylightEnd.DayOfWeek.ToString(), _
                              MonthName(daylightEnd.Month))
         End If   
      Next
   Next   
End Sub

Remarks

The value of the Week property is used only for time changes with floating-date rules. Valid values can range from 1 to 5.

The Month property defines the month in which the time change occurs. The Week property determines the week on which the transition occurs. The DayOfWeek property defines the day of the week on which the transition occurs. The value of the Week property is determined as shown in the following table.

If the Week property value is The transition occurs on
1 The first occurrence of the DayOfWeek value in Month.
2 The second occurrence of the DayOfWeek value in Month.
3 The third occurrence of the DayOfWeek value in Month.
4 The fourth occurrence of the DayOfWeek value in Month.
5 The last occurrence of the DayOfWeek value in Month.

For example, if a transition occurs on the first Sunday of March, the value of the Week property is 1. If it occurs on the last Sunday of March, the value of the Week property is 5.

Applies to

See also