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Re: Using Date::Calc with an error log

by grep (Monsignor)
on Jul 12, 2007 at 00:32 UTC ( #626116=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Using Date::Calc with an error log

For this type of application I'd skip Date::Calc, unless you need it for some other reason. Go with epoch seconds using localtime and Time::Local. You'll have a much easier time checking ranges down to the second.

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[erix]: hippo I think the 26 downvotes sick
[erix]: eh, 29 downvotes
[erix]: but I guess there's no stopping the herd
[1nickt]: Thank you haukex and hippo. I'm thinking of using IPC::System:: Simple::capture instead. But will go reread Hauke's treatise first :-)
[1nickt]: herveus is so weird. Love his reply in that SQLite thread! Much more effective warning system to have diverse monks debunk on technical merits...
[haukex]: IPC::System:: Simple does all the $? handling for you, and does it well
[erix]: weird problem btw (that SQLite question) - I asked astroboy to let us know if he finds the cause
[hippo]: The syntax is warning enough to me.

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