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std::chrono::nonexistent_local_time: std::chrono::nonexistent_local_time

NAME

std::chrono::nonexistent_local_time - std::chrono::nonexistent_local_time

Synopsis


Defined in header <chrono>
class nonexistent_local_time; (since C++20)


Defines a type of object to be thrown as exception to report that an attempt was made to convert a nonexistent std::chrono::local_time to a std::chrono::sys_time without specifying a std::chrono::choose (such as choose::earliest or choose::latest).
This exception is thrown by std::chrono::time_zone::to_sys and functions that call it (such as the constructors of std::chrono::zoned_time that takes a std::chrono::local_time).
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Inheritance diagram

Member functions


              constructs the exception object
constructor (public member function)


 std::chrono::nonexistent_local_time::nonexistent_local_time


template< class Duration >
nonexistent_local_time(const std::chrono::local_time<Duration>& tp,
const std::chrono::local_info& i);


Constructs the exception object. The explanatory string returned by what() is equivalent to that produced by os.str() after the following code:


  std::ostringstream os;
  os << tp << " is in a gap between\n"
     << std::chrono::local_seconds(i.first.end.time_since_epoch()) + i.first.offset
     << ' ' << i.first.abbrev << " and\n"
     << std::chrono::local_seconds(i.second.begin.time_since_epoch()) + i.second.offset
     << ' ' << i.second.abbrev
     << " which are both equivalent to\n"
     << i.first.end << " UTC";


Because copying a standard library class derived from std::exception is not permitted to throw exceptions, this message is typically stored internally as a separately-allocated reference-counted string.
The behavior is undefined if i.result != std::chrono::local_info::nonexistent.

Parameters


tp - the time point for which conversion was attempted
i - a std::chrono::local_info describing the result of the conversion attempt

Exceptions


May throw std::bad_alloc


Inherited from std::exception

Member functions


destructor destroys the exception object
             (virtual public member function of std::exception)
[virtual]


what returns an explanatory string
             (virtual public member function of std::exception)
[virtual]