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Get the offset for a specific time and timezone in python


Get the offset for a specific time and timezone in python

By : user2950658
Date : November 17 2020, 11:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need You can convert the string into a timezone object with pytz:
code :
tz = pytz.timezone('America/Los_Angeles')
dt = datetime.datetime.strptime('2014-12-01', '%Y-%m-%d')
offset = int(tz.utcoffset(dt).total_seconds() / 3600.0)


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Current date time in specific timezone with and without DST offset with NodaTime

Current date time in specific timezone with and without DST offset with NodaTime


By : Omar Saidi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need It sounds like you're nearly there. You presumably want the OffsetDateTime or LocalDateTime, which you'd get like this:
code :
var now = SystemClock.Instance.GetCurrentInstant();
var zoneInterval = zone.GetZoneInterval(now);
var offset = zoneInterval.StandardOffset; // Ignore any savings
OffsetDateTime offsetNow = now.WithOffset(offset);
Why Python's time.timezone returns wrong offset seconds?

Why Python's time.timezone returns wrong offset seconds?


By : Dido Fido
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? To get if the actual timezone of a time, you have to use "tm_dst" of a "time" instance.
The original edition of this answer suggests using "time.daylight", but this flag is constant and doesn't change. It tells whether the "altzone" (daylight saving time offset) is set, and once it's set, "time.daylight" is always "1", no matter whether the current time is daylight saving time or not.
code :
t = time.localtime()
if t.tm_isdst == 0:
    tz_offset = time.timezone
else:
    tz_offset = time.altzone
if time.daylight == 0:
    utc_time_delta = timedelta(seconds=time.timezone)
else:
    utc_time_delta = timedelta(seconds=time.altzone)
How to get the offset when converting time to specific timezone and then UTC? C#

How to get the offset when converting time to specific timezone and then UTC? C#


By : Wooly13
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you This is the expected behavior of DateTime. If you need to keep time zone information, use DateTimeOffset instead.
The reason for the difference in the output is that DateTime.Now and centralTime / mountainTime are of different kind: DateTime before conversion is Local, but after conversion it becomes Unspecified.
code :
var now = DateTime.Now;
Console.WriteLine(now.Kind);
var centralTime = TimeZoneInfo.ConvertTimeBySystemTimeZoneId(now, "Central Standard Time");
Console.WriteLine(centralTime.Kind);
var mountainTime = TimeZoneInfo.ConvertTimeBySystemTimeZoneId(now, "Mountain Standard Time");
Console.WriteLine(mountainTime.Kind);
Given current UTC time and specific hour of the day, return timezone offset (Javascript)

Given current UTC time and specific hour of the day, return timezone offset (Javascript)


By : Cozzbie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? It's not possible to accomplish what you are asking with 100% confidence in the results, which is why you won't find a function for this in Moment.js or other libraries. The reason is that time zone offsets of the world are presently in the range of UTC-12 to UTC+14, thus there is an overlap where such a function would have ambiguous results.
Consider as an example 2019-02-23T20:00:00Z (UTC). That is both 2019-02-23T09:00:00-11:00 (in American Samoa) and 2019-02-24T09:00:00+13:00 (in New Zealand) (reference here). So if the current UTC hour is 20 and the given local hour is 9, should this function return -11 or +13?
Offset time for DST in one specific timezone using JavaScript

Offset time for DST in one specific timezone using JavaScript


By : SahuNaz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you The only real way you will be able to tell for sure is if you have the DST information (including any updates) available on a server you can ask. The user's PC does not need to even have the timezone information installed.
Then you need a "dynamic" script to get the DST status.
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