Converts a timestamp or numeric value into a string that displays the corresponding time.
This node calculates date/time string by copying time format string and replacing each of the time format codes with the corresponding values.
Format of the output string.
The syntax for this string is %<optional #><format code>.
The # modifier removes the leading zeros from the output of %d, %H, %I, %j, %m, %M, %S, %U, %w, %W, %X, %y, %Y. By default, the output contains leading zeros as necessary to ensure a constant field width.
This nodes uses the following format codes to interpret timestamp:
|Time Format Code||Definition||Values|
|%a||abbreviated weekday name. This node returns a numeric value for systems that do not support abbreviated names, such as Chinese and Korean.||Sun - Sat|
|%A||full weekday name||Sunday - Saturday|
|%b||abbreviated month name. This node returns a numeric value for systems that do not support abbreviated names, such as Chinese and Korean.||Jan - Dec|
|%B||full month name||January - December|
|%c||locale-specific default date and time|
|%d||day of month||01-31|
|%H||hour (24-hour clock)||00-23|
|%I||hour (12-hour clock)||01-12|
|%j||day number of the year||001-366|
|%p||AM or PM flag||AM or PM|
|%<digit>u||fractional seconds with <digit> precision|
|%U||week number of the year, with the first Sunday as the first day of the first week||00-53|
|%w||weekday as a decimal number, with 0 representing Sunday||0-6|
|%W||week number of the year, with the first Sunday as the first day of the first week||00-53|
|%.1x||long date format|
|%.2x||abbreviated long date format. This node returns a numeric value for systems that do not support abbreviated names, such as Chinese and Korean.|
|%y||year within century||00-99|
|%Y||year, including the century||1997, for example|
|%z||difference between locale time and universal time||HH:MM:SS|
|%Z||time zone name or abbreviation|
|Literal text||Literal text|
Default: %c—Corresponds to the locale-specific date/time representation.
The time that you want to convert.
The year in this timestamp must be between 1600 and 3000.
If you wire a numeric value to this input, the node interprets the number as the time-zone-independent number of seconds that have elapsed since 12:00 a.m., Monday, January 1, 0001, Universal Time [01-01-0001 00:00:00]. The node interprets a negative number as the number of seconds before this time.
Default: The current date and time
timestamp formatted by the code specified in time format string.
Where This Node Can Run:
Desktop OS: Windows
FPGA: All devices (only within an Optimized FPGA VI)