"inZone" would be more idiomatic English, if that matters. You're "in" an
area, like a country or a time zone; you're "at" a particular place, like
home or work or 10 Downing St.

--Don Womick

-----Original Message-----
From: martindemello / yahoo.com [mailto:martindemello / yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, September 27, 2002 12:43 PM
To: ruby-talk / ruby-lang.org
Subject: RCR: Add Time#atZone


Analogous to Time#gmtime, but sets the time to zone z, where z is
specified as GMT +/- some number of hours (or possibly using the
standard "named" timezones). e.g.
t = Time.now.atZone(+3) or t = Time.now.atZone("CST")

martin