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Old 08-29-2002
32-bit timestamp

Hi everyone,

does someone know a function to get a 32-bit timestamp, precise enough to cover more than seconds, such as gettimeofday() for example?
And also a function for the 64-bit NTP timestamp??

I am experimenting with RTP, where i need this kind of timestamps!

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GMSTRFTIME(3)								 1							     GMSTRFTIME(3)

gmstrftime - Format a GMT/UTC time/date according to locale settings

string gmstrftime (string $format, [int $timestamp = time()]) DESCRIPTION
Behaves the same as strftime(3) except that the time returned is Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). For example, when run in Eastern Standard Time (GMT -0500), the first line below prints "Dec 31 1998 20:00:00", while the second prints "Jan 01 1999 01:00:00". PARAMETERS
o $format - See description in strftime(3). o $timestamp - The optional $timestamp parameter is an integer Unix timestamp that defaults to the current local time if a $timestamp is not given. In other words, it defaults to the value of time(3). RETURN VALUES
Returns a string formatted according to the given format string using the given $timestamp or the current local time if no timestamp is given. Month and weekday names and other language dependent strings respect the current locale set with setlocale(3). EXAMPLES
Example #1 gmstrftime(3) example <?php setlocale(LC_TIME, 'en_US'); echo strftime("%b %d %Y %H:%M:%S", mktime(20, 0, 0, 12, 31, 98)) . " "; echo gmstrftime("%b %d %Y %H:%M:%S", mktime(20, 0, 0, 12, 31, 98)) . " "; ?> SEE ALSO
strftime(3). PHP Documentation Group GMSTRFTIME(3)