std.time

TIMEstd.timeSTRINGsTIMEfallback

Available in all subroutines.

Converts a string to a time variable.

The following string formats are supported:

The only time zone supported is GMT.

If the string does not match one of those formats, then the fallback variable is returned instead. We recommend using a fallback that's meaningful for your particular Fastly service.

Example

declare local var.string TIME;
set var.string = std.time("Mon, 02 Jan 2006 22:04:05 GMT", std.integer2time(-1));
# var.string is now "Mon, 02 Jan 2006 22:04:05 GMT"
declare local var.integer TIME;
set var.integer = std.time("1136239445", std.integer2time(-1));
# var.integer is now "Mon, 02 Jan 2006 22:04:05 GMT"
declare local var.invalid TIME;
set var.invalid = std.time("Not a date", std.integer2time(-1));
# var.invalid is now "datetime out of bounds"

Try it out

std.time is used in the following solution recipes, which show real world use cases. Click RUN to provision a Fastly service, execute the code on Fastly, and see how the function behaves.

Time formatting

Format dates and times in a variety of ways.

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