Using the toLocaleString function and timeZone options you can easily convert this date to a string in any locale and timezone. We hope you find this tutorial helpful. The timezone you provide here also takes into account the DayLight Savings If any. It is semantically equivalent to new Date. The string format should be:
A pretty real scenario for a modern multi-process OS. If you call just Date without the new keyword, you'll get a string instead of a Date object. We took a look at time arithematic. Their result is always the same. You can simply subtract subtract 2 dates and get their difference in milliseconds. The great pack of articles about V8 can be found at http: Dates can be subtracted, giving their difference in milliseconds.