The complete format looks like this:
We want to extract everything before the letter "T" ("Time") there, the date pattern. And make the month as strings, e.g. March, May, July, and so forth. Plus, re-format the structure.
This is in
Like in Python, whoa dude.
First, split the string
Let's take the
1997-07-16T19:20:30.45+01:00 as an example input string.
Second, get the first array element and split it again
Third, define month names, day, month, and year variables
Fourth, convert the month number into string
The last, let's combine them all into one function block
This is only for the date
If your thingy there needs to show every single of them, then build another methods/functions to process the time (hour:minute:second.millisecond am/pm) and the time zone (TZD).
A tool to find out the weekday name of a particular date, on Port Raptor