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Old 08-27-2009
Java File creation time

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Is their any functions to find out the file creation time in 'C'
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Old 08-27-2009
man fstat
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Old 08-28-2009
UNIX filesystems have no creation time for files. The ctime is the last time the file metadata (inode) was changed - this most often amounts to when the file was created. But there is no guarantee somebody did not execute chmod or some other command on the file - a command that changes ctime.

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