### Re: Re: PipTime

by PipTigger (Hermit)
 on Jan 22, 2001 at 15:02 UTC ( #53466=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Thank you dws! I have made haste (@1M2C8) && lerned the error of my ways (I hope) by plumbing the Camel(2ndEd). I tried to correct my folly below... please be kind && direct me further if my understanding remains deficient. You have my gratitude!
```#... comments && setup varz
if (defined(\$tout)) {
for(my \$i=0; \$i<@valz; \$i++) { \$mapz{\$valz[\$i]} = \$i; }
@time = split //, \$tout; splice(@time,5,(\$#time-5)); # chop extra!
for(my \$i=0; \$i<5; \$i++) { \$time[\$i]=0 unless defined(\$time[\$i]);
while (\$mapz{\$time[0]} > 12) {
\$time[0] = \$valz[\$mapz{\$time[0]}-12]; \$year++;
}
unshift(@time, \$year+2000);
printf "%s %d, %d %02d:%02d:%02d", \$mnth[\$mapz{\$time[1]}-1],
\$mapz{\$time[2]}, \$time[0], \$mapz{\$time[3]},
\$mapz{\$time[4]}, \$mapz{\$time[5]};
} else {
\$time[5] -= 101; \$time[4] = \$valz[(++\$time[4]+(12*\$time[5]))];
\$time[3] = \$valz[\$time[3]]; \$time[2] = \$valz[\$time[2]];
\$time[1] = \$valz[\$time[1]]; \$time[0] = \$valz[\$time[0]];
printf "%s%s%s%s%s", \$time[4],\$time[3],\$time[2],\$time[1],\$time[0];
} # print "\n"; # hmmm...
-PipTigger
p.s. I would've updated my initial post but hopefully another Monk can lern (like me) from the diff.
p.p.s. %02d pads a decimal integer with "0" (zero) until it's 2 characters long.

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