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std::chrono::locate_zone

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Defined in header <chrono>
const std::chrono::time_zone* locate_zone(std::string_view tz_name);
(since C++20)

Convenience function for locating a time zone in the time zone database. Equivalent to std::chrono::get_tzdb().locate_zone(tz_name).

[edit] Exceptions

std::runtime_error if the specified time zone cannot be found, or if this is the first reference to the time zone database and the time zone database cannot be initialized.

[edit] Notes

A call to this function that is the first reference to the time zone database will cause it to be initialized.

[edit] See also

locate a time zone with the given name
(public member function of std::chrono::tzdb) [edit]
accesses and controls the global time zone database information
(function) [edit]