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You can just set the TZ environment variable to the timezone you want, and use localtime:
{ local $ENV{TZ} = "EST+05"; print "In New York, it is ".localtime()."\n"; } { local $ENV{TZ} = "IST-05:30"; print "In Mumbai, it is ".localtime()."\n" }
The last time I ran it, this printed
In New York, it is Mon Dec 19 14:25:01 2005 In Mumbai, it is Tue Dec 20 00:55:01 2005
I think this will work on Windows as well as Unix, but I don't have a Windows box to test it on.

In reply to Re: How to convert time from one time zone to another by robin
in thread How to convert time from one time zone to another by rameshps

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