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Re: [CPROG] Date/time funktioner



On Wed, 23 May 2001 18:35:19 +0200,
Bjarke Bruun <sslug@sslug> wrote:

>Jeg har et skole program som vi er flere til at udvikle. Nogle sider på
>windows og andre på linux. Det giver nogle problemer eg. conio.h getch()
>osv, men det er ikke det værste. 
>
>Jeg mangler nogle dato/tids funktioner, da der skal laves en lokal (ikke
>med syslog) logfil med data og tid i, men jeg kan ikke finde nogen
>egentlig info om det og time.h er ikke den mest oplysende man sider jeg
>har set længe.
>
>windows koden ser såleds ud:
>
>--
>int w,m,y;
>struct date d;
>getdate(&d);
>w=d.da_day;m=d.da_mon;y=d.da_year;
>--
>
>Er det nogen linux "variant" af denne?

time (se man time). Den står i K&R så den burde da også virke under
windows.

Hvis i ikke skal bruge tallene direkte, men kun til loging kan i også
kigge på strftime eller asctime (står også i K&R).

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