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Parsing Date and Time in R Programming – strptime() Function
  • Last Updated : 17 Jun, 2020

strptime() function in R Language is used to parse the given representation of date and time with the given template.

Syntax: strptime(x, format, tz = “”)

Parameters:
x: given representation of date and time
y: given template in which parsing is done
tz: a character string specifying the time zone to be used for the conversion

Example 1:

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# R program to illustrate
# strptime function
  
# Specifing a time
x <- "13:15:17"
  
# Calling strptime() function 
# over specified time and template
y <- strptime(x, "% H:% M:% S")
  
# Getting the current date and 
# given time into specified template
y

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Output:

[1] "2020-06-17 13:15:17 UTC"

Example 2:

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# R program to illustrate
# strptime function
  
# Specifing a date and time
x <- "10-02-2020 05:05:06 AM"
  
# Calling strptime() function 
# over specified date and time, template
# and time zone
y <- strptime(x, "% d-% m-% Y % I:% M:% S", "GMT")
  
# Getting parsed date and time
y

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Output:

[1] "2020-02-10 05:05:06 GMT"
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