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19: Date formats in JavaScript – Learn JavaScript front-end programming

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Date formats in JavaScript – Learn JavaScript front-end programming. In this video we will learn about date formats and the date function in JavaScript.

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13 thoughts on “19: Date formats in JavaScript – Learn JavaScript front-end programming

  1. Im curious as to why we would need to edit the date at all. Im working on an function which will retrieve the date on click so i was hoping to see an easier way getting rid of everything within the Date function after the year.

  2. Hi, first of all Thank you for these great videos, I'm learning a lot!

    Now a question.
    When you wrote the Date() with the commas *format", it does not give the correct month. In your example: new Date(99, 06, 11, 12, 32, 23, 23) appears in the browser as the month of July, not June, as it should. I also notice that the Time Zone passes to GMT +0200, when in the other examples the Time Zone is GMT +0100.
    Can you explain the reason for this?

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