In this approach, we will change the DateTime format by only using native methods. Simply put, we will apply modulo “%” operator to find the hour in 12-hour format and use conditional “?:” operator to apply “AM” or “PM”.
In this approach, we will utilize an inbuilt method toLocaleString() to change the format of given date into AM-PM format.
toLocaleString(): It returns a string representation of the date Object. The 2 arguments Locale and options allow for customization of the behavior of the method.
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