Thank you, yes, that was what I meant. (gettimeofday() was
specifically what I was thinking of, but time() also works. Either
way, it's supposed to be GMT, not localized. Any localizations are
applied to the number you get, unless the library itself does it.)

-Kyle

On 1/28/06, Kurt Roeckx wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 28, 2006 at 05:38:18AM -0800, Joe Gluck wrote:
> > In which library is that gettime() function in? I did not find it.
> > (I did not find it in any C library)

>
> He probably meant time(2), but you could also use gettimeofday(2).
>
>
> Kurt
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