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LocalTimeToUnixTime function for WinRunner

LocalTimeToUnixTime function for WinRunner

LocalTimeToUnixTime function for WinRunner

(OP)
Hi,

I'm searching for a function calculating the unix time out of given date and time.

Thanks in advance for your help

Duke C.

RE: LocalTimeToUnixTime function for WinRunner

Hi Duke.

Excuse the ignorance, but what exactly is Unix Time??

Cheers
Dave

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RE: LocalTimeToUnixTime function for WinRunner

(OP)
Unix time are the seoconds from 1.1.1970 00.00. There are a lot of functions to calculate UnixTime (only seconds)-> LocalTime (Date & Time). But try to find another way ?? I'm only inerested in WinRunner-Implementation or Win32-Api.

Bye
Duke

RE: LocalTimeToUnixTime function for WinRunner

I can see you'd want to count the number of days passed between today's date and 01/01/1900 and multiply that by 24*60*60.  Then you'd have to grab the current system time, convert it into seconds and add it to the total.

Is this what you want to do?

This can be done in WR (or any language) pretty easily.

What are you trying to do with this?

Dave

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RE: LocalTimeToUnixTime function for WinRunner

(OP)
Hi Dave,

thanks a lot for your help, but meanwhile I found a lib "QSI Date Functions" at Mercury.

Best regards
Duke

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