The i18n module provides a wide array of internationalization (i18n) APIs for implementing functions such as date and time formatting.
The directory structure for the i18n module is as follows:
Language, script, and country codes: The supported language must be represented by a two- or three-letter code defined in the ISO 639 standard; the supported script must be represented by a four-letter code defined in the ISO 15924 standard; the supported country must be represented by a two-letter code defined in the ISO 3166 standard.
Change the date and time formats (such as the sequence of year, month, and day, month and week names, and 12-hour or 24-hour system) following the system settings to adapt to the cultural habits of users in different locales. For details, see the API reference. The sample code is as follows:
const date = new Date(2021, 11, 17, 3, 24, 0); // Create a Date object containing date and time information. fmt = new Intl.DateTimeFormat('en-US') // Create a DateTimeFormat instance. console.log(fmt.format(date)); // Format the date and time by using the DateTimeFormat instance.
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