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NET (easier), output a string in JSON, and then use a standard NSDate Formatter.
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// Instant represents time from epoch Instant now = System Clock. Get Current Instant(); // Convert an instant to a Zoned Date Time Zoned Date Time now In Iso Utc = now.
In Utc(); // Create a duration Duration duration = Duration.
If you care about such things, you’ll need to account for it in your source code.
You should probably account for the user’s current time zone if you want the displayed time to match a value you get from here.
It is recommended that you read at least the first few pages of the User Guide before starting to develop using Noda Time. Noda Time is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.
(Inherited from NSObject) Registers an object for being observed externally (using string key Path).
Take a look here for inspiration: https://github.com/Rest Kit/Rest Kit/blob/master/Code/Support/RKDot Net Date Formatter.h https://github.com/Rest Kit/Rest Kit/blob/master/Code/Support/RKDot Net Date Formatter.m Essentially what you're getting there is milliseconds from January 1st 1970 UTC, with the -0600 being the timezone offset.
To use: Just type in a new value in any of the boxes and press enter or tab or click somewhere and it should just update.
Update: Now includes Windows FILETIME representation.