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moment(String);

When creating a moment from a string, we first check if the string matches known ISO 8601 formats, then fall back to new Date(string) if a known format is not found.

var day = moment("1995-12-25");

Warning: Browser support for parsing strings is inconsistent. Because there is no specification on which formats should be supported, what works in some browsers will not work in other browsers.

For consistent results parsing anything other than ISO 8601 strings, you should use String + Format.

Supported ISO 8601 strings

An ISO 8601 string requires a date part.

2013-02-08  # A calendar date part
2013-W06-5  # A week date part
2013-039    # An ordinal date part

20130208    # Basic (short) full date
2013W065    # Basic (short) week, weekday
2013W06     # Basic (short) week only
2013050     # Basic (short) ordinal date

A time part can also be included, separated from the date part by a space or a uppercase T.

2013-02-08T09            # An hour time part separated by a T
2013-02-08 09            # An hour time part separated by a space
2013-02-08 09:30         # An hour and minute time part
2013-02-08 09:30:26      # An hour, minute, and second time part
2013-02-08 09:30:26.123  # An hour, minute, second, and millisecond time part
2013-02-08 24:00:00.000  # hour 24, minute, second, millisecond equal 0 means next day at midnight

20130208T080910,123      # Short date and time up to ms, separated by comma
20130208T080910.123      # Short date and time up to ms
20130208T080910          # Short date and time up to seconds
20130208T0809            # Short date and time up to minutes
20130208T08              # Short date and time, hours only

Any of the date parts can have a time part.

2013-02-08 09  # A calendar date part and hour time part
2013-W06-5 09  # A week date part and hour time part
2013-039 09    # An ordinal date part and hour time part

If a time part is included, an offset from UTC can also be included as +-HH:mm, +-HHmm, +-HH or Z.

2013-02-08 09+07:00            # +-HH:mm
2013-02-08 09-0100             # +-HHmm
2013-02-08 09Z                 # Z
2013-02-08 09:30:26.123+07:00  # +-HH:mm
2013-02-08 09:30:26.123+07     # +-HH

Note: Automatic cross browser ISO-8601 support was added in version 1.5.0. Support for the week and ordinal formats was added in version 2.3.0.

If a string does not match any of the above formats and is not able to be parsed with Date.parse, moment#isValid will return false.

moment("not a real date").isValid(); // false