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An interface to support classes which implement a Time Grain without Zone information.
Zoneless time grains are like a Platonic Ideal of granularity. They are unattached to specific boundaries for
purposes of rounding or alignment.
Methods inherited from interface com.yahoo.bard.webservice.data.time.
TimeGrain accepts, aligns, getAlignmentDescription, getEstimatedDuration, getName, getPeriod, getPeriodString, getType, intervalsIterator, roundCeiling, roundFloor, satisfiedBy, satisfiedBy, toString
default boolean aligns(org.joda.time.DateTime dateTime)
Determines if this dateTime falls on a time grain boundary.
A zoneless time grain should use the time zone from the date time being passed in for rounding alignment.
dateTime - A date time to test against the time grain boundary
Returns: true if this date time, under it's own time zone and calendar, meets a boundary on this time grain
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