How to convert specified time to GMT/UTC?

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i want to convert datetime({'18-Oct-2023 17:40:00' '18-Oct-2023 18:00:00'},'TimeZone','+05:00') to GMT or UTC?
required result below:
'18-Oct-2023 12:40:00' '18-Oct-2023 01:00:00'

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 18 Oct 2023
Edited: Star Strider on 18 Oct 2023
Try this —
DT = datetime({'18-Oct-2023 17:40:00' '18-Oct-2023 18:00:00'},'TimeZone','+05:00')
DT = 1×2 datetime array
18-Oct-2023 17:40:00 18-Oct-2023 18:00:00
DT_UTC = DT;
DT_UTC.TimeZone = 'UTC' % Copnmvert To UTC
DT_UTC = 1×2 datetime array
18-Oct-2023 12:40:00 18-Oct-2023 13:00:00
DT_UTC.Format = 'dd-MMM-yyyy hh:mm:ss' % Convert To 12-Hour Time
DT_UTC = 1×2 datetime array
18-Oct-2023 12:40:00 18-Oct-2023 01:00:00
EDIT — Added 12-Hour time conversion
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More Answers (1)

Florian Bidaud
Florian Bidaud on 18 Oct 2023
Edited: Florian Bidaud on 18 Oct 2023
https://uk.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/datetime.html#buhzxmk-1-TimeZone
date = datetime({'18-Oct-2023 17:40:00' '18-Oct-2023 18:00:00'},'TimeZone','+05:00')
date = 1×2 datetime array
18-Oct-2023 17:40:00 18-Oct-2023 18:00:00
datetime(date, 'TimeZone', 'UTC', 'Format', 'dd-MMMM-yyyy hh:mm:ss')
ans = 1×2 datetime array
18-October-2023 12:40:00 18-October-2023 01:00:00
datetime(date, 'TimeZone', 'Europe/London', 'Format', 'dd-MMMM-yyyy hh:mm:ss')
ans = 1×2 datetime array
18-October-2023 01:40:00 18-October-2023 02:00:00

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