Times of day.
t represents a clock-face time of day. Usually this is equivalent to a time-offset
from midnight, and each
t occurs exactly once in each calendar day. However, when
daylight savings time begins or ends, some clock face times (and therefore
occur more than once per day or not at all, and e.g. 04:00 can occur three or five
hours after midnight, so knowing your current offset from midnight is *not* in general
equivalent to knowing the current
(See Zone for tools to help you cope with DST.)
Smallest valid ofday. There is no exposed end_of_day value because the upper end of the range is not closed.
Due to a circular reference, this declaration is found in time.mli.
val now : zone:Zone.t -> t
trailing seconds and subseconds are trimmed off if they are 0
trailing milliseconds are trimmed