What Is the Difference between CST and CDT?

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The difference in CST and CDT is in their meaning, CST is the central standard time while CDT is the central daylight time. These dates are set by law when daylight time begins.
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I'm not going to email it to you, but it stands for Central Standard Time 6 (6 hours behind UTC) Central Daylight Time (indicating that daylight savings is currently being observed)
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