How to Subtract Dates in TypeScript
October 27, 2023
1. Basic Date Subtraction in TypeScript
Date object. When you subtract two date objects, you get the difference in milliseconds.
2. Getting the Difference in Various Units
To get the difference in days:
To get the difference in hours:
To get the difference in minutes:
To get the difference in seconds:
3. Using Third-Party Libraries
Sometimes, working directly with the native
Date object can be cumbersome. For more complex operations or easier date manipulation, you might consider using third-party libraries like
4. Handling Time Zones
Keep in mind that the
moment-timezone or specialized date functions in
date-fns can be beneficial.
In conclusion, subtracting dates in TypeScript can be achieved using the native
Date object or with the help of third-party libraries for more straightforward operations. Remember to handle time zones if necessary.
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