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Date.toLocaleString( ) convert a Date to a locally formatted string


JavaScript 1.0; JScript 1.0; ECMAScript v1


date.toLocaleString( )


A string representation of the date and time specified by date. The date and time are represented in the local time zone and formatted using locally appropriate conventions.


toLocaleString( ) converts a date to a string, using the local time zone. This method also uses local conventions for date and time formatting, so the format may vary from platform to platform and from country to country. toLocaleString( ) returns a string formatted in what is likely the user's preferred date and time format.

See Also

Date.toLocaleDateString( ), Date.toLocaleTimeString( ), Date.toString( ), Date.toUTCString( )

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