On Tue, 2 May 2000, CARTER JOHN wrote:
> i'm doin' a gps server for linux
> it has these data structures called track points
> these are stap shots of the gps's location at specific point in time
> anyway these trackpoints contain latitude longitude and a time stamp.
> the timestamp is stored as a "long" and it contains the number of seconds
> 12am dec 31 1989.
you could work out the difference between that and standard unix time.
12am Jan 1st 1970. and use some of the standard functions for converting
Bother! said Pooh, as the BATF destroyed his honey pot.
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