Hi Andrei,

>>> (date)
>>> When called with a T argument, the current Coordinated Universal Time 
>>> (UTC) is returned.
>
>>> (time)
>>> 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?

You can use a combination of both, e.g.:

   (cons (date T) (time T))  # Timestamp as a cons pair

or

   (+ (* 86400 (date T)) (time T))  # Number of seconds since March, anno 
domini 0

Cheers,
- Alex
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