First, let's break down the code:
The function then uses the toLocaleDateString and toLocaleTimeString methods of the Date object to format the date and time strings in the specified timezone. Finally, the function returns the formatted date and time as a string.
Note that the timeZone option in the options object is set to "Asia/Bangkok". You can change this value to any valid timezone string, such as "America/New_York" or "Europe/London", to format the date and time in a different timezone.
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