Return the current Gregorian datetime and international time zone of the computer's clock
[datetime, timezone, Dst] = clock()
- [year, month, day, hour, minute, second] vector.
The first five elements are integers. The
secondelement is accurate up to the millisecond.
- A scalar multiple of 0.25 in [-12, 12]. Most of geographical areas have an
integer time zone. A few are on a half-an-hour or even a quarter time zone.
timezone< 0 for Brasil, and > 0 for France, Russia, and Japan, etc.
- 0 or 1: Daylight saving time. 1 if the time area of the computer is registered to apply a Daylight saving time offset, and currently applies it ; 0 otherwise.
clock() returns the current state of the clock of the computer. This clock is registered for a given time zone and area, and provides the local legal time.
The time zone of the computer can also be retrieved through the computer's OS. However, when a Daylight saving time offset applies, the returned time zone may include it.
[datetime, tz, Dst] = clock()
--> [datetime, tz, Dst] = clock() datetime = 2020. 7. 23. 21. 26. 36.979 tz = 1. Dst = 1.
More information, on Windows:
--> powershell("Get-Timezone")(3:8) ans = "Id : Romance Standard Time" "DisplayName : (UTC+01:00) Bruxelles, Copenhague, Madrid, Paris" "StandardName : Paris, Madrid" "DaylightName : Paris, Madrid (heure d'été)" "BaseUtcOffset : 01:00:00" "SupportsDaylightSavingTime : True"
|6.1.1||Time zone and Daylight saving time outputs added.|
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