Look into localtime, difftime and strftime functions.  These should be
enough to do anything you need.  Here's simple function to get you started:

char * timeToTimestamp(time_t  currtime, char * timestamp)
{
   struct tm *  convTime;

   convTime = localtime(&currtime);
   strftime(timestamp, 26,
            "%Y-%m-%d-%H.%M.%S.000000",
            convTime);
   return(timestamp);
}

-----Original Message-----
Subject: [C400-L] Z timestamp fields

How can I work with Z timestamp fields in C? They seem to turn into
26-byte character arrays in C. I don't know how to populate them with
the current timestamp or determine the differences between them, though.
Thanks. 



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