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How do I convert a string to date time?

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Yujeong Bae
Yujeong Bae on 24 Apr 2020
Answered: per isakson on 24 Apr 2020
In one excel file, the date time is given ''Mon Apr 20 11:45:22 KST 2020''.
I used the function 'datetime'
txt = 'Mon Apr 20 11:45:22 KST 2020'
datetime(txt, 'InputFormat', 'eee-MMM-dd-hh:mm:ss-Z-yyyy')
I cannot find the way to convert 'KST', where KST means Korea standard time.
How can I convert this string as a date time?

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per isakson
per isakson on 24 Apr 2020
I found this example in the documentation of datetime
Specify the current date and time in the time zone represented by Seoul, Korea
t = datetime('now','TimeZone','Asia/Seoul','Format','d-MMM-y HH:mm:ss Z')
t = datetime
29-Feb-2020 14:09:02 +0900

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