Jan 24, 2019 · 1- By default, my locale shoud be the default value and so the "tz" argument should be the right one for this usage. 2- Even when I specify tz="Europe/Paris", the result has hours set to "01" ijlyttle December 3, 2020, 5:50am #4 It might be useful to convert to character, then parse:. "/>
The degree Celsius is the unit of temperature on the Celsius scale (originally known as the centigrade scale outside Sweden), one of 2 temperature scales used in the International System of Units (SI), alongside the Kelvin scale.The degree Celsius (symbol: °C) can refer to a specific temperature on the Celsius scale or a unit to indicate a difference or range between two temperatures.
You just need to convert to a date first with the appropriate formatting: as.POSIXct (as.Date ("201702", format = "%Y%m")) You could also assume the you want the 1st of the month? as.POSIXct (as.Date (paste0 ("201702", "01"), format = "%Y%m%d"))
strptime is a function to directly convert character vectors (of a variety of formats) to POSIXlt format. as.POSIXlt converts a variety of data types to POSIXlt . It tries to be intelligent and do the sensible thing - in the case of character, it acts as a wrapper to strptime .
The easiest way to do this is to start from a format this is close to what you want. Select the cells you want to format. Press CTRL+1. In the Format Cells box, click the Number tab. In the Category list, click Date, and then choose a date format you want in Type. Go back to the Category list, and choose Custom.