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$gmt #1414 13/12/02 01:47 AM
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Can you like have $gmt work the same as $ctime. I wanna be able to do something like $gmt(3rd August 1987 3:46pm).

Re: $gmt #1415 13/12/02 02:17 AM
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For now, you could use something along the lines of ...
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alias gmtc {
  return $calc($ctime($1) + $calc($gmt - $ctime))
}

And have $gmtc(whatever date/time here). I'm not sure if the above will work but you get the idea of what I intended. wink (I hope)


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Re: $gmt #1416 13/12/02 12:54 PM
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Also, $timezone = $calc($gmt - $ctime). grin So you could use:
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alias gmtc return $calc($ctime($1) + $timezone)


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