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std::chrono::time_zone_link

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std::chrono::time_zone_link
 
Defined in header <chrono>
class time_zone_link;
(since C++20)

The class time_zone_link represents an alternative name for a time zone.

Users cannot construct time_zone_link objects. The library implementation creates time_zone_link objects when it initializes the time zone database and provides const access to these objects.

time_zone_link is not copyable but does have a defaulted move constructor and a defaulted move assignment operator. However, as users have only const access to time_zone_link objects, these functions cannot be called in user code without invoking undefined behavior.

[edit] Member functions

accesses the name and target of this time_zone_link
(public member function) [edit]

[edit] Nonmember functions

compares two time_zone_link objects
(function) [edit]