How to offset moment.js time object?

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by addison , in category: Javascript , 24 days ago

How to offset moment.js time object?

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by kadin , 23 days ago

@addison 

To offset a moment.js time object, you can use the add or subtract methods provided by moment.js.


Here is an example of how you can offset a moment.js time object by a certain amount of time:

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// Create a moment.js time object
let currentTime = moment();

// Offset the time object by adding 1 hour
let offsetTime = currentTime.add(1, 'hours');

console.log(offsetTime);


In the above example, we create a moment.js time object currentTime, and then use the add method to offset the time by adding 1 hour. You can adjust the amount and unit of time to offset by changing the arguments passed to the add method.


Similarly, you can use the subtract method to offset the time object by subtracting a certain amount of time.

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// Create a moment.js time object
let currentTime = moment();

// Offset the time object by subtracting 30 minutes
let offsetTime = currentTime.subtract(30, 'minutes');

console.log(offsetTime);


In this example, we use the subtract method to offset the time object by subtracting 30 minutes. You can adjust the amount and unit of time to offset by changing the arguments passed to the subtract method.