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C++ time functions?

C++ time functions?

C++ time functions?

(OP)
What are the time functions in C++?

I used them at one point in time but I can't remember what they are.

RE: C++ time functions?

    There are several date/time functions in Borland/Inprise C++. They are prototyped in SYSUTILS.HPP. For some time functions, you have:

TDateTime EncodeTime(Word Hour, Word Min, Word Sec, Word MSec) which encodes the hour, minute, second, and millisecond and returns a TDateTime.

void DecodeTime(TDateTime Time, Word &Hour, Word &Min, Word &Sec, Word &MSec) reverses the previous function.

TDateTime Time(void) returns the current system time.

AnsiString TimeToStr(TDateTime Time) converts a TDateTime to an AnsiString.

TDateTime StrToTime(const AnsiString S) reverses the above function.

    In addition, you can several variables you can change that deal with functions including TimeSeparator, TimeAMString, TimePMString, ShortTimeFormat, and LongTimeFormat.

James P. Cottingham

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RE: C++ time functions?

True :-)

James P. Cottingham

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RE: C++ time functions?

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Thanks folks

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