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NAME ^

Date::Manip::DM5abbrevs - A list of all timezone abbreviations

SYNPOSIS ^

This module is not intended to be used directly. Date::Manip 5.xx will load it as needed.

This module contains all of the time zone abbreviations from Date::Manip 6.xx copied backwards to 5.xx to provide slightly better support for time zones.

Note that this is only a bandaid fix, and does not add proper time zone handling to version 5.xx .

TIMEZONES ^

The following timezones are defined:

      A      -0100
      ACDT   +1030
      ACST   +0930
      ADDT   -0200
      ADT    -0300
      AEDT   +1100
      AEST   +1000
      AHDT   -0900
      AHST   -1000
      AKDT   -0800
      AKST   -0900
      APT    -0900
      AST    -0400
      AT     -0200
      AWDT   +0900
      AWST   +0800
      AWT    -0300
      B      -0200
      BDST   +0200
      BDT    -1000
      BST    +0100
      BT     +0300
      C      -0300
      CADT   +1030
      CAST   +0300
      CAT    +0200
      CDDT   -0400
      CDT    -0500
      CEMT   +0300
      CEST   +0200
      CET    +0100
      CHST   +1000
      CLDT   -0300
      CMT    +0155
      CPT    -0500
      CST    -0600
      CWT    -0500
      D      -0400
      E      -0500
      EADT   +1100
      EAT    +0300
      EDDT   -0300
      EDT    -0400
      EEST   +0300
      EET    +0200
      EETDST +0300
      EETEDT +0300
      EPT    -0400
      EST    -0500
      EWT    -0400
      F      -0600
      FST    +0200
      FWT    +0100
      G      -0700
      GB     +0100
      GMT    +0000
      GMT+1  +0100
      GMT+10 +1000
      GMT+11 +1100
      GMT+12 +1200
      GMT+2  +0200
      GMT+3  +0300
      GMT+4  +0400
      GMT+5  +0500
      GMT+6  +0600
      GMT+7  +0700
      GMT+8  +0800
      GMT+9  +0900
      GMT-1  -0100
      GMT-10 -1000
      GMT-11 -1100
      GMT-12 -1200
      GMT-13 -1300
      GMT-14 -1400
      GMT-2  -0200
      GMT-3  -0300
      GMT-4  -0400
      GMT-5  -0500
      GMT-6  -0600
      GMT-7  -0700
      GMT-8  -0800
      GMT-9  -0900
      GST    +1000
      H      -0800
      HDT    -0900
      HKST   +0900
      HKT    +0800
      HST    -1000
      I      -0900
      IDDT   +0400
      IDLE   +1200
      IDLW   -1200
      IDT    +0300
      IST    +0100
      IT     +0330
      JDT    +1000
      JST    +0900
      K      -1000
      KDT    +1000
      KST    +0900
      L      -1100
      M      -1200
      MDDT   -0500
      MDT    -0600
      MEST   +0200
      MESZ   +0200
      MET    +0100
      METDST +0200
      MEWT   +0100
      MEZ    +0100
      MMT    +0454
      MPT    -0600
      MSD    +0400
      MSK    +0300
      MST    -0700
      MWT    -0600
      N      +0100
      NDDT   -0130
      NDT    -0230
      NPT    -1000
      NST    -0330
      NT     -1100
      NWT    -1000
      NZDT   +1300
      NZMT   +1130
      NZST   +1200
      NZT    +1200
      O      +0200
      P      +0300
      PDDT   -0600
      PDT    -0700
      PKST   +0600
      PKT    +0500
      PPMT   -0449
      PPT    -0700
      PST    -0800
      PWT    -0700
      Q      +0400
      QMT    -0514
      R      +0500
      ROK    +0900
      S      +0600
      SAST   +0200
      SAT    -0400
      SDMT   -0440
      SMT    +0216
      SST    -1100
      SWT    +0100
      T      +0700
      TMT    +0139
      U      +0800
      UT     +0000
      UTC    +0000
      V      +0900
      W      +1000
      WAST   +0200
      WAT    +0100
      WEMT   +0200
      WEST   +0100
      WET    +0000
      WIB    +0700
      WIT    +0900
      WITA   +0800
      WMT    +0124
      X      +1100
      Y      +1200
      YDDT   -0700
      YDT    -0800
      YPT    -0800
      YST    -0900
      YWT    -0800
      Z      +0000
      ZP4    +0400
      ZP5    +0500
      ZP6    +0600

LICENSE ^

This script is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR ^

Sullivan Beck (sbeck@cpan.org)

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