(list (dat$ (date T)) (tim$ (time T) T))
-> ("20080819" "10:55:59")
The T argument to (date) returns UTC, and the T argument to (time)
returns the time at the call to date. If (date) was called with the T
argument, the time will be in UTC.
The T argument to (tim$) returns a string with seconds. Without it,
the seconds are left off.
Hope this helps,
On 19 Aug 2008, at 6:28 AM, Andrei Ivushkin wrote:
> Guys, please clarify:
>>> When called with a T argument, the current Coordinated Universal
>>> Time (UTC) is returned.
>>> When called with a T argument, the time of the last call to date
>>> is returned.
> I need to obtain current UTC not only for date but also for time.
> How do I?
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