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3     //
4     //utimex.inc--UTIME-related functions that are not needed by the dayview
5     // scheduler.
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25     //Copyright 2006 David T. Ashley
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706     //This source file contains Unix time functions.
707     //
708     require_once("strfunc.inc"); //Necessary to left-zero pad string representations of integers
709     require_once("timeraw.inc"); //Raw time acquisition.
710     //
711     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
712     //Returns a UTIME corresponding to the time (in a coarse sense, meaning that
713     //fractional seconds are ignored) a certain integer number of seconds offset from
714     //The minimum and maximum values of the UTIME are used as the floor and ceiling
715     //limits of the result.
716     //
717     function UTIME_time_offset_coarse($ut_in, $offset_in)
718     {
719     //Extract the integer seconds string.
720     $int_secs_string = SubStr($ut_in, 2, 11);
722     //Strip off any leading zeros.
723     while ((strlen($int_secs_string) > 1) && (SubStr($int_secs_string, 0, 1) == "0"))
724     $int_secs_string = SubStr($int_secs_string, 1);
726     //Form an integer result that is offset from this integer by the passed
727     //value.
728     $offset_time = bcadd($int_secs_string, (string)$offset_in);
730     //Apply the floor and ceiling.
731     if (bccomp($offset_time, "0") == -1)
732     {
733     //Result is below the Unix epoch. Apply floor.
734     //
735     return("UT00000000000000000000");
736     }
737     else if (bccomp($offset_time, "99999999999") == 1)
738     {
739     //Result is above the max value that can be represented. Apply ceiling.
740     //
741     return("UT99999999999000000000");
742     }
743     else
744     {
745     //Result is valid. Format the string and return.
746     $offset_time = (string)$offset_time;
747     //
748     $offset_time = STRFUNC_pad_left_zero($offset_time, 11);
749     return("UT" . $offset_time . "000000000");
750     }
751     }
752     //
753     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
754     //Reformats an UTIME string to include dots at strategic places for more
755     //human-friendly display.
756     //
757     function UTIME_dotted_display_string_a($utime_in)
758     {
759     if (! is_string($utime_in))
760     {
761     //Don't know what this is ... it isn't an utime. Just send it back.
762     return($utime_in);
763     }
764     else if (strlen($utime_in) != 22)
765     {
766     //This doesn't seem to be the right length for an utime. Give it back.
767     return($utime_in);
768     }
769     else
770     {
771     //Seems right.
772     return(
773     SubStr($utime_in, 0, 2)
774     .
775     "."
776     .
777     SubStr($utime_in, 2, 11)
778     .
779     "."
780     .
781     SubStr($utime_in, 13, 9)
782     );
783     }
784     }
785     //
786     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
787     //End of $RCSfile: utimex.inc,v $.
788     //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
789     ?>

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