### Re: Problem with converting time

Sorry guys, I must not have been clear in my statement of the problem. Here is the code: put 1489755600 into tVar convert tVar into dateitems -- on the mac tVar contains 2017,3,17,9,0,0,6 -- on the server tVar contains 2017,3,17,12,0,0,6 The local time should not be involved since you are

### Re: Problem with converting time

ng things look nice in html. -= Mike On 3/17/17 4:42 PM, Mark Wieder via use-livecode wrote: On 03/17/2017 01:20 PM, Michael Doub via use-livecode wrote: Sorry guys, I must not have been clear in my statement of the problem. Here is the code: put 1489755600 into tVar convert tVar into date

### Problem with converting time

I am getting different answers based on environment when trying to convert EPOC seconds to dateitems or internet date. On my mac I get the expected result but on a HostM server I get something totally different. Does any one have a conversion function that does not use the livecode's

### Re: Problem with converting time

Richard here is another example: time = 1489752000 mac: dateitems = 2017,3,17,8,0,0,6 server: dateitems = 2017,3,17,12,0,0,6 I just wanted to double check that I was showing you good comparison since I am copying from multiple windows of debug output. -= Mike On 3/17/17 8:46 AM, Michael

### Re: Problem with converting time

time = 1489755600 Mac: dateitems = 2017,3,17,9,0,0,6 server: dateitems = 2017,3,17,12,0,0,6 Code: get time convertit to dateitems I don't understand how the local time comes into play when converting a constant number of seconds. The resulting date should be a constant as well.

### Re: Color Conversion - RGB to HSV and back... (almost)

Al, I wrote some color conversion routines a long time ago. They are in the MasterLibrary: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3wpwn3hfbmpl7sk/MasterLibrary.livecode?dl=0 I cant comment on their ability to not loose precision on a round trip. -= Mike On 4/13/17 6:14 PM, Alejandro Tejada via

### Re: is a date

What about this from the Master Library from Ken Ray? function isDate pWhat    /* isDate Date    Syntax:    isDate (pWhat)    Examples:    isDate("10/10/2001")    Description:    Determines if the container passed to it in contains a valid date.    Returns true or false.    Source:    Ken

### Object Referencing in LC 9.0.0

Can someone using 9.0.0 help me out? This used to work in LC 7 but now generates an error on the second line (*put*thelongidofobjRef intot1).  What is the new correct syntax?   This popped up in the MasterLibrary. -= Thanks   Mike *on*seSetObjectState objRef, objState*