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std::chrono::local_t

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Defined in header <chrono>
struct local_t {};
(since C++20)

The class local_t is a pseudo-clock that is used as the first template argument to std::chrono::time_point to indicate that the time point represents local time with respect of a not-yet-specified time zone. local_time supports streaming and the full set of time point arithmetic.

Time point family

Defined in namespace std::chrono
template<class Duration>
using local_time = std::chrono::time_point<std::chrono::local_t, Duration>;
(since C++20)
using local_seconds = local_time<std::chrono::seconds>;
(since C++20)
using local_days = local_time<std::chrono::days>;
(since C++20)
performs stream output on a local_time
(function template) [edit]
parses a local_time from a stream according to the provided format
(function template) [edit]
specialization of std::formatter that formats a local_time according to the provided format
(class template specialization) [edit]