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Re: RFC 99 (v3) Standardize ALL Perl platforms on UNIX epoch

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From:
Chris Nandor
Date:
September 14, 2000 09:02
Subject:
Re: RFC 99 (v3) Standardize ALL Perl platforms on UNIX epoch
Message ID:
p0500191ab5e6a684dcca@[192.168.0.77]
At 11:59 -0400 2000.09.14, Andy Dougherty wrote:
>On Thu, 14 Sep 2000, Chris Nandor wrote:
>
>> Well, Perl is about making things easy.  What is the most common case,
>> needing an arbitrary value of time that may or may not be used to transfer
>> between platforms, or needing a value of time that is specific to a given
>> platform?
>
>> 	And I cannot think of a time when I have needed the actual Mac
>> value to communicate with another Mac process or library.
>
>Well, my entire experimental temperature control system currently relies
>on just this communication.  But I suspect my personal experience here is
>probably not the most common :-).

Yeah.  :)

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