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getting the seconds
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getting the seconds

getting the seconds

(OP)
hallo,

I would like to store the actual seconds into a an integer variable. I mean if now is 15:14:32, my integer variable should contain 32.

How can I do it?

thanks

RE: getting the seconds

Hi

CODE

#include <time.h>
#include <stdio.h>

int main(void)
{
  time_t now=time(NULL);
  int sec=now%60;
  printf("Current seconds : %d\n",sec);
}

CODE

#include <time.h>
#include <stdio.h>

int main(void)
{
  time_t now=time(NULL);
  struct tm *nows=localtime(&now);
  int sec=nows->tm_sec;
  printf("Current seconds : %d\n",sec);
}

Feherke.
http://rootshell.be/~feherke/

RE: getting the seconds

It's not a standard-compliant solution. The C Standard never defines that time() returns a value in seconds.
That's (one of) a correct solution:

CODE

    time_t t = time(0);
    int seconds = gmtime(&t)->tm_sec;
 

RE: getting the seconds

Some correction to my post above: only the 1st feherke's solution was incorrect. Sorry ;)
 

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