format a date in to the format month day, year hour:minute:second am/pm in typescript

One way to format a date in TypeScript is by using the Moment.js library. First, install Moment.js by running npm install moment in your project directory. Then, you can use the format() function to convert a date into the desired format.

import moment from 'moment';

const date = new Date(); // Replace with your date object
const formattedDate = moment(date).format('MMMM D, YYYY h:mm:ss A');
console.log(formattedDate); // Output: December 31, 2021 11:59:59 PM
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The string passed to the format() function is a template string that specifies the format of the date. For example, MMMM represents the full month name, D represents the day of the month without leading zeros, YYYY represents the full year, h represents the hour in 12-hour format, mm represents the minutes with leading zeros, ss represents the seconds with leading zeros, and A represents the uppercase AM or PM.

This will output the date in the format "Month Day, Year Hour:Minute:Second AM/PM".

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