ZoneId normalized() method in Java with Examples
The normalized() method of the ZoneId class in Java is used to normalize the time-zone ID and returns a ZoneOffset where possible.
The method returns a normalized ZoneId that can be used in place of this ID. The normalization process checks if the rules of this ZoneId have a fixed offset. If ZoneId has fixed offset then the ZoneOffset equal to that offset is returned. Otherwise, this is returned.
public ZoneId normalized()
Parameters: This method accepts nothing.
Return value: This method returns the time-zone unique ID.
Below programs illustrate the normalized() method:
Normalised zoneId: Europe/Paris
Normalised zoneId: Asia/Calcutta
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