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Hi @rafaelresende. Microsoft Flow uses UTC format by default, it seems that there is no function can be used to convert UTC format to unix timestamp. Please consider submitting a. Convert UTC to HKT time zone, calculate the time difference between Universal Time (UTC/GMT) and Hong Kong Time (HKT). I have a list of UTC time stamps stored as string format as follows: '201' Is there a function in python to convert these strings to unix time? I have tried: dt = datetime.datetime.utc.

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The Current Epoch Unix Timestamp

Seconds since Jan 01 1970. (UTC)

Utc To Unix Time

The current epoch translates to
05/07/2021 @ 11:39amUTC
2021-05-07T11:39:46+00:00ISO 8601
Fri, 07 May 2021 11:39:46 +0000RFC 822, 1036, 1123, 2822
Friday, 07-May-21 11:39:46 UTCRFC 2822
2021-05-07T11:39:46+00:00RFC 3339

What is the unix time stamp?

Utc To Unix Javascript

The unix time stamp is a way to track time as a running total of seconds. This count starts at the Unix Epoch on January 1st, 1970 at UTC. Therefore, the unix time stamp is merely the number of seconds between a particular date and the Unix Epoch. It should also be pointed out (thanks to the comments from visitors to this site) that this point in time technically does not change no matter where you are located on the globe. This is very useful to computer systems for tracking and sorting dated information in dynamic and distributed applications both online and client side.

Utc To Unix Time

Human Readable TimeSeconds
1 Hour3600 Seconds
1 Day86400 Seconds
1 Week604800 Seconds
1 Month (30.44 days)2629743 Seconds
1 Year (365.24 days)31556926 Seconds

What happens on January 19, 2038?

Utc To Unix Time

On this date the Unix Time Stamp will cease to work due to a 32-bit overflow. Before this moment millions of applications will need to either adopt a new convention for time stamps or be migrated to 64-bit systems which will buy the time stamp a 'bit' more time.

Instead of calling DateTime.Now.ToUniversalTime() you can call DateTime.UtcNow Same thing but shorter :) Documentation here .