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RE: How long 'tween now and then?

by extremely (Priest)
on Sep 13, 2000 at 06:28 UTC ( #32239=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How long 'tween now and then?

Ouch I've been mucking with time in seconds vileness for a few days myself. Try this out:

use Time::Local; my $now=time(); my (@t)=localtime($now); # 8 am today my $next8am=timelocal(0,0,8,$t[3],$t[4],$t[5]+1900); # if after 8am today, add one day in seconds. $next8am+=86400 if ($next8am<$now); sleep ($next8am-$now);

Honestly tho, you'll feel better in the end if you use Date::Calc =) If not $now then $later =P

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