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The part i am not understanding in the posix doc is the timezone -- they are always referring to something like America/Chicago, but i have +0000 and when i try to use it nothing happens -- could you please provide an example -- i have trouble understanding the documentation.

thanks!

In reply to Re^4: Convert timezone using offset and posix perl module by adambot
in thread Convert timezone using offset and posix perl module by adambot

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