2018-12-23 19:06
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I'm trying to understand what the difference is between time.Now() and time.Now().Local(). I started by printing them out on my laptop (running Ubuntu 18.04):


which gives me

2018-12-23 19:57:08.606595466 +0100 CET m=+0.000583834
2018-12-23 19:57:08.606667843 +0100 CET

I'm not sure what the m=+0.000583834 is. Maybe the difference between my machine and the NTP servers?

I then checked out the docs on .Now() and .Local(), which read:

Now returns the current local time.


Local returns t with the location set to local time.

Both of them return local time, so I'm still unsure what the difference is. I tried searching around, but I couldn't really find definite answers.

Could anyone shed some light on this?

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我正试图了解 time.Now()与 <代码> time.Now()。本地()。 我首先在笔记本电脑(运行Ubuntu 18.04)上将它们打印出来:

fmt.Println(time.Now())。  Local())


  2018-12-23 19:57:08.606595466 +0100  CET m = + 0.000583834 
2018-12-23 19:57:08.606667843 +0100 CET 

我不确定 m = + 0.000583834是什么 是。 也许我的机器和NTP服务器之间有区别?

然后我在 上签出了文档。现在 () .Local() ,其内容为:



两者都返回本地时间 ,所以我仍然不确定有什么区别。 我尝试四处搜寻,但找不到真正的答案。


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  • dongzhu3548 2018-12-23 19:22

    time.Now().Local() sets the time's Location to local time. time.Now() is already set to local time, so there's no net effect except that m bit.

    The m portion is the Monotonic Clock.

    Operating systems provide both a “wall clock,” which is subject to changes for clock synchronization, and a “monotonic clock,” which is not. The general rule is that the wall clock is for telling time and the monotonic clock is for measuring time.

    A monotonic clock is basically a simple count since the program started. m=+0.000583834 says that time is 0.000583834 seconds after the program started.

    time.Now().Local() explicitly strips the monotonic clock...

    Because t.In, t.Local, and t.UTC are used for their effect on the interpretation of the wall time, they also strip any monotonic clock reading from their results. The canonical way to strip a monotonic clock reading is to use t = t.Round(0).

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