On 11-Jul-01 scott [gts] wrote:
> Has anybody heard if this will affect PHP in any way?  
> Copied from the "Unix Guru mailing list":
> -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
> The unix time() value becomes 
> 10 digits for the first time on
> Sun Sep  9 01:46:40 2001
> For the first time in modern 
> computer history, the timestamp
> will be something besides 9 digits. 
> That could break things.
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Only for the ijits that think time_t is a string.

Don Read                                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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