25 Localization library [localization]

25.4 Standard locale categories [locale.categories]

25.4.5 The time category [category.time] Class template time_­put [locale.time.put] time_­put members [locale.time.put.members]

iter_type put(iter_type s, ios_base& str, char_type fill, const tm* t, const charT* pattern, const charT* pat_end) const; iter_type put(iter_type s, ios_base& str, char_type fill, const tm* t, char format, char modifier = 0) const;

Effects: The first form steps through the sequence from pattern to pat_­end, identifying characters that are part of a format sequence. Each character that is not part of a format sequence is written to s immediately, and each format sequence, as it is identified, results in a call to do_­put; thus, format elements and other characters are interleaved in the output in the order in which they appear in the pattern. Format sequences are identified by converting each character c to a char value as if by ct.narrow(c, 0), where ct is a reference to ctype<charT> obtained from str.getloc(). The first character of each sequence is equal to '%', followed by an optional modifier character mod245 and a format specifier character spec as defined for the function strftime. If no modifier character is present, mod is zero. For each valid format sequence identified, calls do_­put(s, str, fill, t, spec, mod).

The second form calls do_­put(s, str, fill, t, format, modifier).

[Note: The fill argument may be used in the implementation-defined formats or by derivations. A space character is a reasonable default for this argument. end note]

Returns: An iterator pointing immediately after the last character produced.

Although the C programming language defines no modifiers, most vendors do.