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 Apr 22 awarded Self-Learner Apr 22 revised Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time Formatting, clarifying Apr 22 revised Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time Add what I now think is the best solution Mar 24 comment Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time @RolfMertig, is that different from what epoch times in other languages do? Mar 24 awarded Teacher Mar 24 awarded Yearling Mar 24 accepted Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time Mar 24 revised Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time added 146 characters in body Mar 23 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. Mar 23 answered Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time Mar 23 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. Mar 23 awarded Critic Mar 23 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? Mar 23 awarded Editor Mar 23 revised Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time added 192 characters in body Mar 23 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/… Mar 23 asked Converting between AbsoluteTime and Unix time Sep 30 comment Can the banner in the Home Edition be removed? This works for me in Mma10! Frustrating that it's made purposefully difficult. Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Jan 14 awarded Notable Question