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TIME(2) 										  TIME(2)

       time, ftime - get date and time

       long time(0)

       long time(tloc)
       long *tloc;

       #include <sys/types.h>
       #include <sys/timeb.h>
       struct timeb *tp;

       Time returns the time since 00:00:00 GMT, Jan. 1, 1970, measured in seconds.

       If tloc is nonnull, the return value is also stored in the place to which tloc points.

       The  ftime  entry  fills  in  a	structure  pointed  to	by  its  argument,  as defined by

       The structure contains the time since the epoch in seconds, up  to  1000  milliseconds  of
       more-precise  interval,	the  local  timezone  (measured  in minutes of time westward from
       Greenwich), and a flag that, if nonzero,  indicates  that  Daylight  Saving  time  applies
       locally during the appropriate part of the year.

       date(1), stime(2), ctime(3)

       (ftime = 35.)
       sys ftime; bufptr

       (time = 13.; obsolete call)
       sys time
       (time since 1970 in r0-r1)

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