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BillWoodruff wrote:
Based on the observation that all of your Properties, except milliseconds, are 'get only, I would say "yes," if you were willing to accept the limitations of inheriting from a data-structure like a Tuple<T1,T2,T3> ... given the fact that Tuple instances are immutable.

The read-only behavior will change soon, I only have to implement the value validation first.


BillWoodruff wrote:
would hope what you would get from this is being able to use Parse, and ParseExact on the DateTime component,

I will almost certainly not be able to, since the UTC-Offset at the end (after the "Z") can't be handled by these functions. An overload may make sense, but will eventually end up in a big mess with the comparison operators.

I did some thinking myself in the meantime, and I consider an overloading of DateTime bein highly unusable, especially since DateTime has to present a Date/Time pair which may change, and a Timestamp has to represent a single Date/Time/UTC-Offset pair which is not going to change after its initialization (Apart from the problems of inheriting a struct which you already have mentioned).
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