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Re: Binary format of time

by Anonymous Monk
on May 26, 2009 at 09:14 UTC ( #766172=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Binary format of time

$ use DateTime $ my $d = DateTime->new(year => 1974, month => 11, day => 1, hour => 0 +, minute => 0, second => 0, time_zone => 'UTC') 1974-11-01T00:00:00 $ $d->clone->add(seconds => 0x40_E3_7F_D1) 2009-05-01T03:06:36 $ $d->clone->add(seconds => 0x40_E3_7F_D2) 2009-05-01T03:06:37 $ $d->clone->add(seconds => 0x40_E3_7F_D9) 2009-05-01T03:06:44 $ $d->clone->add(seconds => 0x40_E3_7F_E0) 2009-05-01T03:06:51

That strikes near the target. Coincidence?

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Re^2: Binary format of time
by ysth (Canon) on Jun 01, 2009 at 07:38 UTC
    That strikes near the target.
    Off by just a few hours:
    Finally in the eighth round, Ali landed the final combination, a left hook that brought Foreman's head up into position so Ali could smash him with a hard right straight to the face. Foreman staggered, then twirled across half the ring before landing on his back, he finally managed to get up but it was too late. Some argue this to have been among the greatest demonstrations of strategic planning and actual execution ever displayed in a heavyweight fight. Ali came into the fight with a tactical plan, executed it and achieved a great triumph.

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