what is the epoch of pseudo-clock local_t?

I created an empty time point that represents epoch time:

auto tse = chr::time_point<chrono::local_t, chrono::duration<int, ratio<1, 1>>>{};

what date does it represent? what is the local_t pseudo clock epoch?


it does not know its time zone. It knows its 10 am, or whatever, but not with respect to GMT or whatnot. That is, its basically what you get if you look at your clock on the window's bar ... it has the date and time, but no context info (the PC knows your timezone or what you told it was its timezone, but its not shown there).
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