Commit 78e5d549 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(Time Parsing): Add %z to format-time-string, per docstring.

Add cross reference to glibc manual for strftime.
parent 2d33a479
......@@ -1256,7 +1256,9 @@ This stands for the year without century (00-99).
@item %Y
This stands for the year with century.
@item %Z
This stands for the time zone abbreviation.
This stands for the time zone abbreviation (e.g., @samp{EST}).
@item %z
This stands for the time zone numerical offset (e.g., @samp{-0500}).
@end table
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......@@ -1286,12 +1288,14 @@ If @var{universal} is non-@code{nil}, that means to describe the time as
Universal Time; @code{nil} means describe it using what Emacs believes
is the local time zone (see @code{current-time-zone}).
This function uses the C library function @code{strftime} to do most of
the work. In order to communicate with that function, it first encodes
its argument using the coding system specified by
@code{locale-coding-system} (@pxref{Locales}); after @code{strftime}
returns the resulting string, @code{format-time-string} decodes the
string using that same coding system.
This function uses the C library function @code{strftime}
(@pxref{Formatting Calendar Time,,, libc, The GNU C Library Reference
Manual}) to do most of the work. In order to communicate with that
function, it first encodes its argument using the coding system
specified by @code{locale-coding-system} (@pxref{Locales}); after
@code{strftime} returns the resulting string,
@code{format-time-string} decodes the string using that same coding
system.
@end defun
@defun seconds-to-time seconds
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