pltimefmt - Set format for date / time labels
Sets the format for date / time labels. To enable date / time format labels see the options to plbox(3plplot) and plenv(3plplot).
Redacted form: pltimefmt(fmt)
This function is used in example 29.
fmt (const char *, fmt)
This string is passed directly to the system strftime. See the system documentation for a full list of conversion specifications for your system. All conversion specifications take the form of a ’%’ character followed by further conversion specification character. All other text is printed as-is. Common options include: %c: The preferred date and time representation for the current locale. %d: The day of the month as a decimal number. %H: The hour as a decimal number using a 24-hour clock. %j: The day of the year as a decimal number. %m: The month as a decimal number. %M: The minute as a decimal number. %S: The second as a decimal number. %y: The year as a decimal number without a century. %Y: The year as a decimal number including a century.
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