IMEime wrote: ↑
20 Jan 2019, 21:05
If you satisfied with this kind of results
Use "0s and 1s" language only, not the languages of high level
Please, cut this aggressive demeanor and quit insulting me. Look at AHK sources and find the way date math
turns into system calls (LOTS OF THEM), learn how dll functions r cached and run from RAM not disk.
jeeswg wrote: ↑
20 Jan 2019, 22:30
- So, in certain situations you have to use a hardcoded list of historical leap seconds?
Leap seconds for time base starting from 1972. When we transcode from Microsoft timebase (1601) to Posix (1970), we dont need to count in leap seconds. As I get it.
just me wrote: ↑
20 Jan 2019, 22:23
Source: Unix time
Well, we transcode from Microsoft timestamp (with leap seconds already calculated). We just adjust timestamp base, thats it.