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TM(3)                   NetBSD Library Functions Manual                  TM(3)

tm -- time structure
#include <time.h>
The <time.h> header defines the tm structure that contains calendar dates and time broken down into components. The following standards-compliant fields are present: Type Field Represents Range int tm_sec Seconds [0, 61] int tm_min Minutes [0, 59] int tm_hour Hours since midnight [0, 23] int tm_mday Day of the month [1, 31] int tm_mon Months since January [0, 11] int tm_year Years since 1900 int tm_wday Days since Sunday [0, 6] int tm_yday Days since January 1 [0, 365] int tm_isdt Positive if daylight savings >= 0 The tm structure is used by various common library routines such as mktime(3), localtime(3), and strptime(3). All fields described above are defined in the IEEE Std 1003.1-2008 (``POSIX.1'') standard. NetBSD Extensions In addition, the following NetBSD-specific fields are available: Type Field Represents int tm_gmtoff Offset from UTC in seconds __aconst char tm_zone Timezone abbreviation The tm_zone and tm_gmtoff fields exist, and are filled in by applicable library routines, only if arrangements to do so were made when the library containing these functions was created. There is no guarantee that these fields will continue to exist in this form in future releases of NetBSD. The tm_gmtoff field denotes the offset (in seconds) of the time repre- sented from UTC, with positive values indicating east of the Prime Merid- ian. The tm_zone field will become invalid and point to freed storage if the corresponding struct tm was returned by localtime_rz(3) and the const timezone_t tz argument has been freed by tzfree(3).
asctime(3), offtime(3), timeval(3), wcsftime(3)
The tm structure conforms to IEEE Std 1003.1-2008 (``POSIX.1'') with respect to the described standard structure members. NetBSD 9.1 April 14, 2011 NetBSD 9.1
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