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Date problem

Date problem

Date problem

Hi All
How do i get the current date in "yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss" format? And how do I get the time difference between two dates?I want to get the difference in hours

RE: Date problem

Look at the time.h header file. It has functions asctime, clock, ctime, difftime, gmtime, localtime, mktime, randomize, stime, _strdate, strftime, _strtime, time, and tzset

Sounds like you want difftime which calcs the difference in times by seconds.

Borland also a date.h header for dates. There are also some precompile headers that include both functions.

James P. Cottingham

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