force_tz

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Replace time zone to create new date-time

force_tz returns a the date-time that has the same clock time as x in the new time zone. Although the new date-time has the same clock time (e.g. the same values in the year, month, days, etc. elements) it is a different moment of time than the input date-time. force_tz defaults to the Universal Coordinated time zone (UTC) when an unrecognized time zone is inputted. See Sys.timezone for more information on how R recognizes time zones.

Keywords
manip, chron
Usage
force_tz(time, tzone = "")
Arguments
time
a POSIXct, POSIXlt, Date, chron date-time object, or a data.frame object. When a data.frame all POSIXt elements of a data.frame are processed with force_tz and new data.frame is returned.
tzone
a character string containing the time zone to convert to. R must recognize the name contained in the string as a time zone on your system.
Value

a POSIXct object in the updated time zone

See Also

with_tz

Aliases
  • force_tz
Examples
x <- as.POSIXct("2009-08-07 00:00:01", tz = "America/New_York")
force_tz(x, "GMT")
# "2009-08-07 00:00:01 GMT"
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