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PX_TIMESTAMP2STRING

PX_TIMESTAMP2STRING

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NAME

PX_timestamp2string --- Convert paradox timestamp into formated string  

SYNOPSIS

#include <paradox.h>

char * PX_timestamp2string(pxdoc_t *pxdoc, double timestamp, const char *format)  

DESCRIPTION

Creates a string representation of a paradox timestamp as specified in the parameter format. The timestamp must be either retrieved with PX_get_data_double(3) after calling PX_get_record(3) or by simply using the double value in the pxval_t struct as returned by PX_retrieve_record(3). A timestamp contains both time and date information. The format string contains chars which stand for certain values of the date/time. The following table lists all available characters with a meaning. All other characters are being copied unmodified to the output string. If a special character shall not be interpreted it must be preceded with a backslash.


 

Characters and their meaning in date/time format string
CharacterMeaning
Yyear, numeric, 4 digits

yyear, numeric, 2 digits

mmonth, numeric

nmonth, numeric, no leading zeroes

dday of the month, numeric

jT{

day of the month, numeric, no leading zeros

T}

Hhour, numeric, 24 hour format

hhour, numeric, 12 hour format

GT{

hour, numeric, 24 hour format, no leading zeroes

T}

gT{

hour, numeric, 12 hour format, no leading zeroes

T}

iminutes, numeric

sseconds, numeric

AAM/PM

aam/pm

Lboolean for leap year


   

RETURN VALUE

Returns pointer to string on success and NULL on failure.  

SEE ALSO

PX_time2string(3), PX_date2string(3)  

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Uwe Steinmann uwe@steinmann.cx.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
RETURN VALUE
SEE ALSO
AUTHOR

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