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R.plurals

public static final class R.plurals
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.support.wearable.R.plurals


Summary

Fields

public static int time_difference_short_days

A representation of a number of days in the shortest possible way.

public static int time_difference_short_hours

A representation of a number of hours in the shortest possible way.

public static int time_difference_short_minutes

A representation of a number of minutes in the shortest possible way.

public static int time_difference_words_days

A representation of a number of days, abbreviated if possible.

public static int time_difference_words_hours

A representation of a number of hours as a single word, abbreviated if possible.

public static int time_difference_words_minutes

A representation of a number of minutes as a single word, abbreviated if possible.

Public constructors

R.plurals()

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Fields

time_difference_short_days

int time_difference_short_days

A representation of a number of days in the shortest possible way. For example, "3d" for three days. If at all possible, just one character should be used, but this should allow days, hours and minutes to be distinguished (see time_difference_short_hours and time_difference_short_minutes below). The user will understand that the context is an amount of time, so even though "3d" does not normally mean "three days" in English, it is appropriate here. If absolutely necessary, up to four characters may be used. If the space can be omitted then it should be even if a space would usually be included between a number and a unit, but if it is necessary to include a space then one may be used. [CHAR LIMIT=5]

time_difference_short_hours

int time_difference_short_hours

A representation of a number of hours in the shortest possible way. For example, "3h" for three hours. If at all possible, just one character should be used, but this should allow days, hours and minutes to be distinguished (see time_difference_short_days and time_difference_short_minutes). The user will understand that the context is an amount of time, so even though "3h" does not normally mean "three hours" in English, it is appropriate here. If absolutely necessary, up to four characters may be used. If the space can be omitted then it should be even if a space would usually be included between a number and a unit, but if it is necessary to include a space then one may be used. [CHAR LIMIT=5]

time_difference_short_minutes

int time_difference_short_minutes

A representation of a number of minutes in the shortest possible way. For example, "45m" for forty-five minutes. If at all possible, just one character should be used, but this should allow days, hours and minutes to be distinguished (see time_difference_short_days and time_difference_short_hours). The user will understand that the context is an amount of time, so even though "3m" does not normally mean "three minutes" in English, it is appropriate here. If absolutely necessary, up to four characters may be used. If the space can be omitted then it should be even if a space would usually be included between a number and a unit, but if it is necessary to include a space then one may be used. [CHAR LIMIT=5]

time_difference_words_days

int time_difference_words_days

A representation of a number of days, abbreviated if possible. For example, "3 days" for three days. [CHAR LIMIT=8]

time_difference_words_hours

int time_difference_words_hours

A representation of a number of hours as a single word, abbreviated if possible. For example, "5 hours" for five hours. [CHAR LIMIT=8]

time_difference_words_minutes

int time_difference_words_minutes

A representation of a number of minutes as a single word, abbreviated if possible. For example, "12 minutes" for twelve minutes. [CHAR LIMIT=8]

Public constructors

R.plurals

R.plurals ()