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How can we Getting the client’s timezone in JavaScript ?

Asked on October 18, 2018 in Javascript.
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    In this the simple javascript function is used to get the date and time zone of the user

        var d = new Date();
        var n = d.getTimezoneOffset();
        var timezone = n / -60;

            Where the var is declared with the variable d , n and timezone and console.log is use to get current timezone of the client and it stored to n and date to d then divides the timeZone by -60.

    Answered on October 18, 2018.
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    var offset = new Date().getTimezoneOffset();

    The time-zone offset is the difference, in minutes, between UTC and local time. Note that this means that the offset is positive if the local timezone is behind UTC and negative if it is ahead. For example, if your time zone is UTC+10 (Australian Eastern Standard Time), -600 will be returned. Daylight savings time prevents this value from being a constant even for a given locale

    Note that not all timezones are offset by whole hours: for example, Newfoundland is UTC minus 3h 30m (leaving Daylight Saving Time out of the equation).

    Answered on February 12, 2019.
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