Returns a list of available time zone identifiers.
a ISO 3166 two-letter country code or UN M.49 three-digit area code;
single numeric value;
a given raw offset from GMT, in hours;
NA (the default), then
all time zones are returned. Otherwise,
only time zone identifiers with a given raw offset from GMT
and/or time zones corresponding to a given region are provided.
Note that the effect of daylight savings time is ignored.
A time zone represents an offset applied to the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) to obtain local time (Universal Coordinated Time, or UTC, is similar, but not precisely identical, to GMT; in ICU the two terms are used interchangeably since ICU does not concern itself with either leap seconds or historical behavior). The offset might vary throughout the year, if daylight savings time (DST) is used, or might be the same all year long. Typically, regions closer to the equator do not use DST. If DST is in use, then specific rules define the point at which the offset changes and the amount by which it changes.
If DST is observed, then three additional bits of information are needed:
The precise date and time during the year when DST begins. In the first half of the year it's in the northern hemisphere, and in the second half of the year it's in the southern hemisphere.
The precise date and time during the year when DST ends. In the first half of the year it's in the southern hemisphere, and in the second half of the year it's in the northern hemisphere.
The amount by which the GMT offset changes when DST is in effect. This is almost always one hour.
Returns a character vector.
TimeZone class – ICU API Documentation, http://www.icu-project.org/apiref/icu4c/classicu_1_1TimeZone.html
ICU 4.8 Time Zone Names. http://site.icu-project.org/design/formatting/timezone/icu-4-8-time-zone-names
ICU TimeZone classes – ICU User Guide, http://userguide.icu-project.org/datetime/timezone
Date/Time Services – ICU User Guide, http://userguide.icu-project.org/datetime
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stri_timezone_list() stri_timezone_list(offset=1) stri_timezone_list(offset=5.5) stri_timezone_list(offset=5.75) stri_timezone_list(region="PL") stri_timezone_list(region="US", offset=-10) # Fetch info on all time zones do.call(rbind.data.frame, lapply(stri_timezone_list(), function(tz) stri_timezone_info(tz)))
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