strftime() function in R Language is used to convert the given date and time objects to their string representation.
time: specified time object
 "2020-06-01 16:15:10"
- Get Date and Time in different Formats in R Programming - date(), Sys.Date(), Sys.time() and Sys.timezone() Function
- Convert a String into Date Format in R Programming - as.Date() Function
- Parsing Date and Time in R Programming - strptime() Function
- Create a Tabular representation of Data in R Programming - table() Function
- Convert an Object to a String in R Programming - toString() Function
- Determine the Weekday on a Specific Date in R Programming - weekdays() Function
- Determine the Month on a Specific Date in R Programming - months() Function
- Determine the Quarter in which the Specific Date lies in R Programming - quarters() Function
- Applying a Function over an Object in R Programming - sapply() Function
- Return an Object with the specified name in R Programming - get0() and mget() Function
- Search and Return an Object with the specified name in R Programming - get() Function
- Getting and Setting Length of the Vectors in R Programming - length() Function
- Print the Value of an Object in R Programming - identity() Function
- Convert type of data object in R Programming - type.convert() Function
- Return True Indices of a Logical Object in R Programming - which() Function
- Create an Object of mode call in R Programming - call() Function
- Calculate Cumulative Product of a Numeric Object in R Programming – cumprod() Function
- Check if Object is of the Character Data type in R Programming - is.character() Function
- Get the number of columns of an Object in R Programming - ncol() Function
- Checking if the Object is a Factor in R Programming - is.factor() Function
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