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NAME

       CosTime_TIO - This module implements the OMG CosTime::TIO interface.

DESCRIPTION

       To get access to the record definitions for the structures use:
       -include_lib("cosTime/include/*.hrl").

EXPORTS

       '_get_time_interval'(TIO) -> TimeInterval

              Types:

                 TIO = #objref
                 TimeInterval = #'TimeBase_IntervalT{lower_bound, upper_bound}
                 lower_bound = upper_bound = ulonglong

              This operation returns the interval associated with the target object.

       spans(TIO, UTO) -> Reply

              Types:

                 TIO = UTO = OtherTIO = #objref
                 Reply = {OverlapType, OtherTIO}
                 OverlapType = 'OTContainer' | 'OTContained' | 'OTOverlap' | 'OTNoOverlap'

              This  operation  returns  a OverlapType depending on how the interval in the target
              object and the timerange represented by the UTO object overlap. If the  OverlapType
              is 'OTNoOverlap' the out parameter represents the gap between the two intervals. If
              OverlapType is one  of  the  others,  the  out  parameter  represents  the  overlap
              interval. The definitions of the OverlapType's are:

                * 'OTContainer'  -  target objects lower and upper limits are, respectively, less
                  or equal to and greater or equal to given object's.

                * 'OTContained' - target  objects  lower  and  upper  limits  are,  respectively,
                  greater or equal to and less or equal to given object's.

                * 'OTOverlap' - target objects interval overlap given object's.

                * 'OTNoOverlap' - target objects interval do not overlap given object's.

       overlaps(TIO, OtherTIO) -> Reply

              Types:

                 TIO = OtherTIO = AnotherTIO = #objref
                 Reply = {OverlapType, AnotherTIO}
                 OverlapType = 'OTContainer' | 'OTContained' | 'OTOverlap' | 'OTNoOverlap'

              This  operation  returns  a OverlapType depending on how the interval in the target
              object and the timerange represented by the TIO object overlap.  The  OverlapType's
              are described under spans/2.

       time(TIO) -> UTO

              Types:

                 TIO = UTO = #objref

              This  operation returns a UTO in which the interval equals the time interval in the
              target object and time value is the midpoint of the interval.