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Validation::Class::DirUservContributed PeValidation::Class::Directive::Date(3)

NAME
       Validation::Class::Directive::Date - Date Directive for Validation
       Class Field Definitions

VERSION
       version 7.900056

SYNOPSIS
	   use Validation::Class::Simple;

	   my $rules = Validation::Class::Simple->new(
	       fields => {
		   creation_date  => {
		       date => 1
		   }
	       }
	   );

	   # set parameters to be validated
	   $rules->params->add($parameters);

	   # validate
	   unless ($rules->validate) {
	       # handle	the failures
	   }

DESCRIPTION
       Validation::Class::Directive::Date is a core validation class field
       directive that provides validation of simple date formats.

       o       alternative argument: an-array-of-options

       o       option: dmy e.g.	27-12-2006 or 27-12-06

       o       option: mdy e.g.	12-27-2006 or 12-27-06

       o       option: ymd e.g.	2006-12-27 or 06-12-27

       o       option: dMy e.g.	27 December 2006 or 27 Dec 2006

       o       option: Mdy e.g.	December 27, 2006 or Dec 27, 2006 (comma
	       optional)

       o       option: My e.g. December	2006 or	Dec 2006

       o       option: my e.g. 12/2006

	       This directive can be passed a single value or an array of
	       values:

		   fields => {
		       creation_date  => {
			   date	=> ['dmy', 'mdy']
		       }
		   }

AUTHOR
       Al Newkirk <anewkirk@ana.io>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
       This software is	copyright (c) 2011 by Al Newkirk.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the same	terms as the Perl 5 programming	language system	itself.

perl v5.32.1			  2014-05Validation::Class::Directive::Date(3)

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