Quartz Get trigger description

Is there a function in the API that returns language description of a trigger? For example, cron trigger expression="0 0 0 L * ?" Language I'm looking for is "Fires at 0:00:00 every last day of the month" (Or something like that)

I want to use this to give feed back to user of what schedules are created. I hoping I don't have to parse the expression myself. I search Google but have came empty, maybe I'm not using the right words to search for.

I'm using the .NET version. But if there is a java function out there I could probably figure out how to port it.

Thanks in advance
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for_yanCommented:

In java
http://quartz-scheduler.org/api/2.1.0/
class AsbtractTrigger has methdos setDescription(),
 getDesrcriptiopn()
You can use them to store the information abut your trigger hwich you can create and retrieve

Howvere, afaik,  there is no such thing which will generate it automatically for you
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