Javascript date function

Dave Higton dave at davehigton.me.uk
Thu Sep 3 20:36:42 BST 2015


In message <32ab48fd54.iyojohn at rickman.argonet.co.uk>
          John Rickman Iyonix <rickman at argonet.co.uk> wrote:

> Dave Higton  wrote
> 
> > I don't know whether this is relevant at this stage.
> 
> > I've been putting together a few noddy Javascript examples.  I noticed
> > tonight that the date function shows the time zone as being +02:00 and
> > shows the time as being 2 hours later than UTC.  I'm wondering if it is
> > adding DST to a time that already has DST.  My Iyonix is completely set
> > up for the UK.  AFAIK it's the settings you'd expect anyone in the UK to
> > have.
> 
> > NS #2953.
> seems to work ok on my Iyonix
> 
> http://rickman.orpheusweb.co.uk/testing/test5.html

Yours doesn't seem to create much output at all - certainly no date,
although the code is clearly in there.  Images:

http://davehigton.me.uk/Images/Daves
http://davehigton.me.uk/Images/Johns

Dave

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