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moment().add(period number) is deprecated

Deprecation warning: moment().add(period, number) is deprecated. Please use moment().add(number, period).

Previously it was using like this,

vartoday = new Date();
$('#datePicker').datetimepicker({
    format: 'DD/MM/YYYY',
    minDate: moment(today),
    maxDate: moment().add('years', 1)
});

But now it is,

vartoday = new Date();
$('#datePicker').datetimepicker({
    format: 'DD/MM/YYYY',
    minDate: moment(today),
    maxDate: moment().add(1, 'years')
});

The operations like add, subtract or set change the original moment object.

The example looks like,

var days = moment().add(-1.5, 'days') == moment().add(-2, 'days') == moment().subtract(1.5, 'days') == moment().subtract(2, 'days');


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moment().add(period number) is deprecated

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