Srinivasa Ragavan wrote:
> Also, where do you have 'char * timezone(int zone, int dst);' declared?
>   
grep -A 5 -B 5 timezone\( /usr/include/time.h
char *strptime(const char * __restrict, const char * __restrict,
    struct tm * __restrict);
#endif

#if __BSD_VISIBLE
*char *timezone(int, int);*    /* XXX XSI conflict */
void tzsetwall(void);
time_t timelocal(struct tm * const);
time_t timegm(struct tm * const);
#endif /* __BSD_VISIBLE */
__END_DECLS

also man 3 timezone:
TIMEZONE(3)            FreeBSD Library Functions Manual           
TIMEZONE(3)

NAME
     timezone -- return the timezone abbreviation

LIBRARY
     Standard C Library (libc, -lc)

SYNOPSIS
     char *
     timezone(int zone, int dst);

DESCRIPTION
     This interface is for compatibility only; it is impossible to reliably
     map timezone's arguments to a time zone abbreviation.  See ctime(3).

     The timezone() function returns a pointer to a time zone
abbreviation for
     the specified zone and dst values.  The zone argument is the number of
     minutes west of GMT and dst is non-zero if daylight savings time is in
     effect.

SEE ALSO
     ctime(3)

HISTORY
     A timezone() function appeared in Version 7 AT&T UNIX.

FreeBSD 7.0                     April 19, 1994                    
FreeBSD 7.0


-- 
WBR,
Roman Rybalko

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