Along with the locale customization parameters covered in the Japanese and German calendar examples, Calendar also supports the ability to set a year offset (from the Gregorian year), which can be used to support locales such as Taiwan (zh-TW), for which the year is 1911 years behind the Gregorian year. This example demonstrates how the year offset field can be used to create a Calendar for the zh-TW locale.
As with the other localization examples, we set up the various label, position and delimiter fields for the Taiwan (zh-TW) localized calendar:
However for the Taiwan localized calendar, we also specify a year offset for the Calendar as shown on line 4 above. The year offset is applied whenever the Calendar renders a year as a string, or accepts a year as string input.
For example, when setting selector dates, or the page date using strings, we use the offset date (the Gregorian year-1911). The months and dates are the same as the Gregorian calendar:
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