# Code golf involving GPS?

I planned to ask a code golf involving GPS:

What's the current zodiac?

Objective: Display the emoji of the zodiac of current time, according to your location.

Rules:
1. There's no input.
(blah blah blah)

But I doubt whether golfing languages can access GPS.

So, can golfing languages use GPS, or at least system locale and system time?

• It's not like you have to accommodate golflangs, but do consider how much this actually gains from relying on GPS versus, say, taking input. I'm not really sure how practical languages would access it, actually... Oct 3 '19 at 1:21
• @UnrelatedString Then what about system locale and system time? Oct 3 '19 at 1:24
• Not an answer, but: thanks for asking on meta. Please also use the meta sandbox when you've finished drafting the question. Oct 3 '19 at 10:41
• @PeterTaylor I posted it on sandbox. Go check it. Oct 5 '19 at 0:50

• I used to code in C++. (It's Haskell now, btw) In C++, you can get the system locale via std::locale. As of C++20, it's even possible to access a GPS via std::chrono::gps_clock. Isn't that doable in other languages? Oct 3 '19 at 12:38