Re: CTime Constructor error or XP problem or just me?

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Wed, 24 Sep 2008 11:07:04 -0700
Just the standard Date and Time Properties box accessable by double clicking
the time in the tray.

On further review, I think I might change my approach. Further testing
seems to indicate that maybe all time zones might fail if the "Automatically
adjust clock for daylight saving changes" is NOT checked. I am not really
sure where my logic fails though.

I think I will use a conversion that ignores all DST like:


SYSTEMTIME T1 = {2008, 9, 3, 23, 15, 0, 0, 0};

__time64_t T64 = CTime(T1, 0).GetTime() - TimeZoneInfo.Bias * 60;

printf("Converted = %I64d %s (%S)\n", T64, CTime(T64).FormatGmt("%c"),

At least that seems to be working so far.

"Alec S." wrote:

Chris Hansen wrote (in

Sure enough, when the computer's time zone is set to Casablanca and the
"Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes" is NOT checked.
Then the routines converts imporperly.

(What are you using to set the time-zone in XP? The Date/Time applet on my
system doesn???t even include a DST checkbox for Casablanca.)

Alec S.

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