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std::chrono::leap_second_info

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Defined in header <chrono>
struct leap_second_info {

    bool is_leap_second;
    std::chrono::seconds elapsed;

};
(since C++20)

A leap_second_info indicates whether a UTC time is during a positive leap second insertion and the total number of leap seconds between 1 January 1970 and the UTC time.

leap_second_info has no base classes or members other than is_leap_second, elapsed, and implicitly declared special member functions.

[edit] Member objects

is_leap_second
whether the UTC time is during a positive leap second insertion
(public member object)
elapsed
the sum of leap seconds between 1 January 1970 and the UTC time
(public member object)

[edit] Notes

leap_second_info is typically obtained from std::chrono::get_leap_second_info.

[edit] See also

contains information about a leap second insertion
(class) [edit]