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comment Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time
@RolfMertig, is that different from what epoch times in other languages do?
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comment Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time
Ah, thank you! I'll update this answer later to incorporate this unless you want to turn this into a separate answer.
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comment Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time
Oh, interesting, they all give 2208963600 in Mathematica 10 for me. So this is a new mystery! With an explicit TimeZone given I'd have thought that AbsoluteTime would give consistent results on different systems.
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comment Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time
Thank you! I take it the cool kids are all here now, as opposed to using the mathematica tag on StackOverflow? Or is the latter still the right place for sufficiently programmy questions?
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comment UNIX time to DateList
Generalizing, the offset is AbsoluteTime[{1970, 1, 1, TimeZone[], 0, 0}]? I'm super confused! I asked about this as a new question here: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/77974/…
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comment Can the banner in the Home Edition be removed?
This works for me in Mma10! Frustrating that it's made purposefully difficult.
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