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Change to a 24 hour format for datetime data in Google Charts
You need to format the datetimes using a DateFormatter. // format dates // ex: "August 5, 2013 1:45 PM" formatted as "05/08/2013 13:45" var dateFormatter = new google.visualization.DateFormat({pattern: 'dd/MM/yyyy HH:mm'}); dateFormatter.format(data, 0); You can format the axis labels by setting the hAxis.format option: var options = { hAxis: { format: 'dd/MM/yyyy HH:mm' } title: 'price' }; The date formats support most of the ISO date formatting patterns.

Categories : Javascript

How to change hours data from 24-hour format to 12-hour format?
Try this: //Char sequence for a 12 hour format. CharSequence DEFAULT_FORMAT_12_HOUR = "hh:mm a"; //Char sequence for a 24 hour format. CharSequence DEFAULT_FORMAT_24_HOUR = "kk:mm"; //date is the Date object. Look for more functions in format. DateFormat.format(DEFAULT_FORMAT_12_HOUR, date); Let me know if it works. If you have any issue check the Date you are sending. //This should give you the default time on the device. To show that it works. DateFormat.format(DEFAULT_FORMAT_12_HOUR, Calendar.getInstance());

Categories : Android

Convert 12-hour time format to 24 hour integer?
You can use DateTime.Parse(...) to get a DateTime value, and then reference the .Hour property for a result; int h = DateTime.Parse("10am").Hour; // == 10 int h2 = DateTime.Parse("10pm").Hour; // == 22 DateTime.Parse is pretty liberal in what it allows, but obviously makes some assumptions internally. For example, in the above code, DateTime.Parse("10am") returns 10am on the current date in the current timezone (I think...). So, be aware of the context in which you use the API.

Categories : C#

Create custom DateTime format respective of locality in .NET C#
System.Globalization.CultureInfo implements IFormatProvider, so you can provide a CultureInfo object as a parameter to the ToString method. MSDN seems to have an example of exactly what you want.

Categories : C#

Bulk convert log file date time format from 12 hour clock to 24 hour clock for mySQL database
If you want to do that on db side and you use MySql you can read it with STR_TO_DATE() and either use it as a datetime value INSERT INTO log (`Site_Name`, `number_of_clicks`, `date`, `Interaction_Type`) SELECT 'site1', 10, STR_TO_DATE('10/05/2013_2:00PM', '%d/%m/%Y_%l:%i%p'), 1; or UPDATE log SET date = STR_TO_DATE(str_date, '%d/%m/%Y_%l:%i%p'); assuming that date column is of type datetime, and str_date column contains string values in 12h format. or if for some reason you store it as VARCHAR and really need to format it as DD/MM/YYYY_14:00 then you can use DATE_FORMAT() DATE_FORMAT(STR_TO_DATE('10/05/2013_2:00PM', '%d/%m/%Y_%l:%i%p'), '%d/%m/%Y_%k:%i') which will produce | NEWDATE | -------------------- | 10/05/2013_14:00 | To update in-place UPDATE log SET

Categories : PHP

Covert c# datetime format to java datetime format
Your format string doesn't match the input date string : // 2013-07-03T19:16:02.3694 <-- date string static SimpleDateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd"); You need to first parse the date string using the SimpleDateFormat with pattern yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSSSS and then you can format the Date object with dd-MM-YYYY pattern.Remember MM is for months , mm stands for minutes. String formattedDate = new SimpleDateFormat("dd-MM-YYYY").format( new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSSSS") .parse(reportItem.getString("AddedTime")));

Categories : C#

add hour-minute to datetime
you should check strtottime() documentation to add 1 hour simply use strtotime("+1 hour"); you can also use time() + 60*60 There is also method in DateTime object called "add" that you can use. From manual: DateTime::add -- date_add — Adds an amount of days, months, years, hours, minutes and seconds to a DateTime object You can create DateInterval object and add the interval to exsiting DateTime object. To format date you can use format() method on DateTime object. Edited: Simple explode may solve your problem as well. $interval="01:00"; $xp = explode(":", $interval); $time=time() + (int)$xp[0] * 60*60 + (int)$xp[1]*60; echo date("h:ia", $time); Or more object oriented soution $interval="01:00"; $now=new DateTime(); $now->add(new DateInterval("P0000-00-00T$inter

Categories : PHP

How to create datetime object from "16SEP2012" in python
Use datetime.datetime.strptime: >>> datetime.datetime.strptime('16Sep2012', '%d%b%Y') datetime.datetime(2012, 9, 16, 0, 0)

Categories : Python

C# get whole hour values between 2 datetime objects
The following will return the total hours between the 2 DateTime objects: (datevalue1 - datevalue2).TotalHours And for a custom behavior,such as displaying a list of hours, use a simple custom method on that Timespan created to get a list of hours in your desired format. Code suggestion of the top of my head: public List<String> GenerateHours(DateTime t1,DateTime t2){ if ((t2-t1).TotalHours >24)){ //decide what to do. return null; }else{ var currentHour = t2.Hour; var list = new List<String>(); for (int i=0;i<(t2-t1).TotalHours;i++){ if (currentHour<10){ list.Add("0"+currentHour+":00"); }else if (currentHour>=10){ list.Add(currentHour+":00"); }

Categories : C#

How to move the datetime to end of day, week or hour
I agree with Andy; that can't be the intended behavior of shift. A cleaner way to shift times to the end of the month is this: from pandas.tseries.offsets import MonthEnd times = Series(times) times.map(lambda x: x + MonthEnd()) But there is no such thing as HourEnd, DayEnd, or WeekEnd. For those cases, how about following this pattern? from pandas.tseries.offsets import Second, Minute, Hour, Day times.map(lambda x: x + Minute(59-x.minute) + Second(59-x.second)) times.map(lambda x: x + Hour(23-x.hour) + Minute(59-x.minute) + Second(59-x.second)) times.map(lambda x: x + Day(6-x.weekday()) + Hour(23-x.hour) + Minute(59-x.minute) + Second(59-x.second)) If you want the last day of the week but not necessarily the last second of that day, then the expression is obviously sim

Categories : Python

Datetime variable "tics" one hour
A DateTime object has a Kind property. This property says whether the data should be interpreted in UTC (DateTimeKind.Utc) or in the local time zone (DateTimeKind.Local), or whether it is unknown (DateTimeKind.Unspecified). You should use the overload of DateTimeParse that takes a DateTimeStyles parameter, and specify DateTimeStyles.AssumeUniversal or DateTimeStyles.AssumeLocal.

Categories : C#

format string in datetime c# to insert in MYSQL datetime column
Your line: string time = Convert.ToDateTime("10-10-2014 15:00:00"); Shouldn't compile. I can only guess that you don't have DateTime as type of your column in SQL Server, you should modify it to keep DateTime and then pass a DateTime type object, not a string.

Categories : C#

minus 1 hour to DateTime using Joda Time
Just use: dateTime.minusHours(1) This is documented in the API. Note that DateTime objects are immutable, so the operation alone has no effect. You need to assign the result of this method to a new object (or replace itself): dateTime = dateTime.minusHours(1); As to how to obtain a Period out of the difference between two DateTimes, you must first go through an Interval: Period period = new Interval(begin, end).toPeriod(); Link to a SO post explaining why there is both Period and Interval. Side note: Joda Time uses a LOT of indirections in its API; as such reading the Javadoc not only requires one to read the methods for one class, but also look at the list of inherited methods from all the inherited abstract classes/interfaces; for instance, a DateTime is also a ReadableInstant

Categories : Java

Rails 4.0.0 DateTime.strptime need 12 hour no-padding
It seems to be parsing fine, using the %l option. 2:17 AM > DateTime.strptime("8/13/2013 2:17 AM", "%m/%d/%Y %l:%M %p") => Tue, 13 Aug 2013 02:17:00 +0000 2:17 PM > DateTime.strptime("8/13/2013 2:17 PM", "%m/%d/%Y %l:%M %p") => Tue, 13 Aug 2013 14:17:00 +0000

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Sql query for CONVERT datetime to a different datetime Format in SQL 2005?
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187928.aspx check out see Microsoft's explanation on date formats the one you're looking for is 20 or 120 BTW, you should supply with varchar with a number like this varchar(10)

Categories : SQL

Adding date or time in datetime format to another datetime
*This is a method using DateTime:* $begin = new DateTime($start); $finish = new DateTime($end); $difference = $finish->format('U') - $begin->format('U'); // working version $minutesDiff = round(($difference/60), 0); $finalDate = new DateTime(); $finalDate->modify(sprintf('+%s minutes', $minutesDiff)); edit added missing bracket edit2 version without ->diff() method

Categories : PHP

datetime.date.fromtimestamp: ignores hour and minute
You are creating date objects, not datetime. Dates ignore all time information. Use datetime objects instead if you want to preserve the time component: >>> from datetime import datetime >>> datetime.fromtimestamp(1339119900000/1e3).strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M') '2012-06-08 02:45' >>> datetime.fromtimestamp(1339120800000/1e3).strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M') '2012-06-08 03:00'

Categories : Python

Converting DateTime from specific timezone to UTC - missing hour?
Yes there is a dalylight saving applied. See Wikipedia Places that use Eastern Standard Time (EST) when observing standard time (autumn/winter) are 5 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC−05:00). Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), when observing daylight saving time (spring/summer) is 4 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC−04:00). The conversion method is correct. Your assumption about the EST timezone is flawed. If your input dates are really EST then the conversion is correct. If that does not meet your expectations you need to check from where your input data comes from and in which timezone it was really entered. If you are dealing with saved dates in a database and you do not know anymore what is correct and what not you are in trouble. In general it

Categories : C#

How to convert SCORM 2004 session_time format to a usable datetime format in SQL
Just worked out a solution for me. This would need to be put inside a SQL function for me and I would need to finish off the last bit where I decide what format I want. I am only updating around 900 rows and it is a 1 off update so performance isn't an issue. DECLARE @session_time varchar(200) = 'P50Y2M3DT4H5M6S' DECLARE @date varchar(100) = '' DECLARE @time varchar(100) = '' DECLARE @year varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @month varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @day varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @hour varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @minute varchar(20) = '0' DECLARE @second varchar(20) = '0' -- Remove the P SET @session_time = SUBSTRING(@session_time, 2, LEN(@session_time)-1) -- If we have a T IF PATINDEX('%T%',@session_time) > 0 BEGIN SET @date = SUBSTRING(@session_time, 0, PATINDEX('%T%',@session_

Categories : PHP

asp.net DetailView datetime field format doesn't match the SQL Server format
Check Your PC Date format and enter date of same format in due date if you enters the date time dynamically then use like this DateTime.Now.ToString(yyyy-MM-dd) here yyyy-MM-dd is my date format enter yours format in this and this is for current date you can use it for the date you desired

Categories : C#

Convert Datetime format to varchar format style workaround
Well you can convert both Dates in any format before you compare the two just use any of these: run this and you can select from them, make sure to convert both dates before Comparing Select convert(varchar, GetDate(), 100) as '100 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 101) as '101 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 102) as '102 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 103) as '103 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 104) as '104 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 105) as '105 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 106) as '106 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 107) as '107 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 108) as '108 Conversion', convert(varchar, GetDate(), 109) as '109 C

Categories : SQL

Getting the time in 24 hour format
you could use HH or KK to format hour in 24. H Hour in day (0-23) k Hour in day (1-24) format you can use MM-dd-yyyy-kk-mm or MM-dd-yyyy-HH-mm.

Categories : Java

create json object in specific format
There is no built in means to do this. PHP's JSON functions are designed to compact the data as much as possible for transfer or storage. It is not meant to be a human-readable format, therefore unnecessary white space is eliminated. You will have to write your own code to loop over your array and generate the format from your example manually.

Categories : PHP

How to define which is (24/12) hour format on device?
It's more like a hack can you try with this. If you use NSDateFormatterMediumSytle if user has turned on 24 hour format the dateFormat would be H:mm:ss if it's not turned on the format would be h:mm:ss a. If you just want to set the format based on the user preferences just set the style of date and time to formatter. It will take care of the rest. - (BOOL)is24HourFormat { NSDateFormatter *dateFormatter = [NSDateFormatter new]; [dateFormatter setTimeStyle:NSDateFormatterMediumStyle]; return [dateFormatter.dateFormat isEqualToString:@"H:mm:ss"]; }

Categories : IOS

DateTime to XML format but keep the datatype as datetime
The dateTime object holds the date and time in a way that is independent of any formatting. The output format is chosen when you convert the value to a string. If it comes out as dd:mm:yyyy, that's because it's defaulting to the format used by the country/language configured for your machine. So the answer is, if you want the ISO format (which you refer to as XML format), then the time to request this is at the time you output the dateTime as XML; it's not a property of the date/time value itself.

Categories : C#

Display current time in 12 hour format with AM/PM
Easiest way to get it by using date pattern - h:mm a, where h - Hour in am/pm (1-12) m - Minute in hour a - Am/pm marker Code snippet : DateFormat dateFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("hh:mm a"); Read more on documentation - SimpleDateFormat java 7

Categories : Java

Get custom datetime format from standard format
Here's some code do get the patterns: var c = new CultureInfo("fr-FR"); Console.WriteLine(c.DateTimeFormat.LongDatePattern); Console.WriteLine(c.DateTimeFormat.ShortDatePattern); Console.WriteLine(c.DateTimeFormat.FullDateTimePattern); The result from a console app is the following dddd d MMMM yyyy dd/MM/yyyy dddd d MMMM yyyy HH:mm:ss

Categories : C#

Javascript datetime format in database format
dateToString : function (unformatted) { if (!unformatted) { return null; } var year = unformatted.getFullYear(); var month = unformatted.getMonth() + 1; var day = unformatted.getDate(); if (month < 10) { month = '0' + month; } if (day < 10) { day = '0' + day; } return [year, month, day].join('-'); } feel free to add time formatting

Categories : Javascript

how to change date format of datetime format in php
I'd certainly hope that date values aren't actually stored in a textual format at all, any more than numbers are. It's a bit like asking the database to store numbers as hex instead of decimal. You should separate the inherent values within the data from the textual format applied to them when you present them. Normally I'd recommend formatting the data at the client side instead (which typically has more user context) but you can specify a format in the SELECT statement as well: SELECT DATE_FORMAT(StartDate, '%d-%m-%y') FROM SomeTable Likewise when inserting or updating data, I would try to use parameterized SQL so that you don't specify dates as text at all - normally the client library should be able to pass the data on to the database in a native binary format. In general, you sho

Categories : PHP

UTC Time displayed not in 24 hour format and not correct after 12am
currentTime.getUTCHours() + 8 can be greater than 24, which leads to many errors (like the hour not being correct but also the day or month or year not being the right one). You should look for libraries like moment.js to deal a little better with time zones and time formatting.

Categories : Javascript

Issue in converting Timespan variable to 12 hour format
Converting a timespan to a date is not possible, a timespan represents x amount of minutes/hours/whatever and you cannot get an exact date from that alone. If you have a date as a starting point, you can add a timespan and that will give you the new date.

Categories : Asp Net

SQL Server Date Format as the following 1/1/12 1:15 month/day/year hour:min
You can convert the date using the following: timestamp = convert(varchar(10), dt, 103) +' '+ convert(varchar(5), cast(timestamp as datetime), 114) Making the full query: select 'Photonics' name, timestamp = convert(varchar(10), dt, 103) +' '+ convert(varchar(5), cast(timestamp as datetime), 114), value from photonics p unpivot ( value for timestamp in ([12:15 AM], [12:30 AM], [12:45 AM], [1:00 AM], [1:15 AM]) ) unpiv; See SQL Fiddle with Demo. See a list of SQL Server date formats

Categories : SQL

How to convert time stored in varchar2 to 24-hour format in Oracle?
To convert to a DATE: to_date(<text field>, 'DD/MM/YYYY HH:MI:SS AM') To convert to another string: to_char(to_date(<date field>, 'DD/MM/YYYY HH:MI:SS AM'), 'DD/MM/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') e.g. (with NLS_DATE_FORMAT set to YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS): select to_date('09/08/2013 5:13:07 PM', 'DD/MM/YYYY HH:MI:SS AM'), to_char(to_date('09/08/2013 5:13:07 PM', 'DD/MM/YYYY HH:MI:SS AM'), 'DD/MM/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') from dual; TO_DATE('09/08/2013 TO_CHAR(TO_DATE('09 ------------------- ------------------- 2013-08-09 17:13:07 09/08/2013 17:13:07 If you only have the time portion: select to_date('5:13:07 PM', 'HH:MI:SS AM'), to_char(to_date('5:13:07 PM', 'HH:MI:SS AM'), 'HH24:MI:SS') from dual; TO_DATE('5:13:07PM' TO_CHAR( ------------------- -------- 2013-08-01 17:13:07 17:13:07

Categories : SQL

Reliably testing NSDateFormatter/iOS's 12-hour format-rewriting behavior
Here's one way to check: NSString *newFmt = [NSDateFormatter dateFormatFromTemplate:@"HH" options:0 locale:[NSLocale currentLocale]]; if ([newFmt hasPrefix:@"h"]) { // User in 24-hour locale has iOS device set to 12-hour time } This can be tested by running the Settings app and going to General, then International. Set the Region Format to the United Kingdom. Then go to General, Date & Time, and set the time format to 12-hour. Then run this code.

Categories : IOS

DateTime Format for .NET
var res = DateTime.Now.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss tt", CultureInfo.InvariantCulture); Read Standard Date and Time Format Strings On MSDN for more information Below is another way of achieving same format Console.WriteLine(date1.ToString("G", CultureInfo.CreateSpecificCulture("en-us"))); // Displays 4/10/2008 6:30:00 AM

Categories : C#

Format DateTime
Try to use this (in your hibernateObject class): @Temporal(TemporalType.TIMESTAMP) @DateTimeFormat(pattern = "yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss") public Date getStartDate() { return startDate; } public void setStartDate(Date startDate) { this.startDate = startDate; } When you do as you show date object actually has no changes. Only thing that happens: you create String that contains formatted date. So you can specify DateTimeFormat pattern to store date in that pattern instead. Also note, that "hh" string in your date pattern actually will give you value from 1 to 12. It is AM/PM hour. To get 0-24 hours value use "HH" instead (see http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/text/SimpleDateFormat.html, "Date and Time Patterns" section)

Categories : Java

How do I convert string date format to datetime date format?
This should do it: SELECT CONVERT(DATETIME, REPLACE('Sept. 23, 2013','.',''), 107) This removes dot in string and converts to datetime format 107. And this returns the string you wanted (MM/DD/YYYY): SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), CONVERT(DATETIME, REPLACE('Sept. 23, 2013','.',''), 107), 101) For other format types see: http://www.sqlusa.com/bestpractices/datetimeconversion/ and http://www.sql-server-helper.com/tips/date-formats.aspx Edit: It turns out it works for me because of Slovenian locale (Sept.). This one should work in English locale: SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), CONVERT(DATETIME, SUBSTRING('Sept. 23, 2013', 0, 4) + ' ' + SUBSTRING('Sept. 23, 2013',6,9), 107), 101) As a function.

Categories : Asp Net

C Sharp DateTime Format
Edited To Note: This looks to be a bug with Windows 7. When changing the short date pattern via the control panel, using the "additional settings" tab as in the OP's post, both the CurrentCulture and CurrentUICulture's date separator gets changed as well. When you modify the short date format, it looks like the first non-format character is picked up as the date separator for the current culture. Both CurrentCulture and CUrrentUiCulture are modified to reflect that [unintended] customization. Looks like some [bright] developer made the [unwarranted] assumption that nobody would ever have a short date format that included something like day of the week. Nice catch! Are you going to report the bug to Microsoft? If you use the invariant culture to format dates, etc., user settings won't af

Categories : C#

DateTime is not in proper format
There's several ways to do this. Either: Change the regional settings for the user running your web application Use the correct CultureInfo object when formatting Set the default CultureInfo object on the current thread Escape the slashes To provide a CultureInfo object when formatting: @Html.DisplayFor(modelItem => item.EndDate.ToString("dd/MM/yyyy", CultureInfo.GetCulture("en-US"))) To set the default CultureInfo object: Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = CultureInfo.GetCulture("en-US"); To escape the slashes, use single quotes: [DisplayFormat(ApplyFormatInEditMode = true, DataFormatString = "{0:dd'/'MM'/'yyyy}")] Note that all the code ends up in DateTime.ToString(string) or one of its overloads, so that's the place to look for clues to this.

Categories : C#

Can't change DATETIME format
Use DATE_FORMAT(date, format): DATE_FORMAT(s.date,'%d-%m-%Y')

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