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ISO 8601-friendly time and date arithmetic.

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STime is light-weight set of types and functions for handling dates and times. Features include a combined date and time type, bounded intervals with intersection and union methods, ISO 8601 input and output, relational and arithmetic operators. Two epochs are provided: UNIX and Julian. User-defined epochs are easy to implement.

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