tm

Structure that describes calendar time

Synopsis:

#include <time.h>
struct  tm {
        int tm_sec;
        int tm_min;
        int tm_hour;
        int tm_mday;
        int tm_mon;
        int tm_year;
        int tm_wday;
        int tm_yday;
        int tm_isdst;
        long int tm_gmtoff;
        const char * tm_zone;
};

Description:

The tm structure describes the calendar time. The members of this structure include:

tm_sec
Seconds after the minute, in the range [0,61], allowing for leap seconds.
tm_min
Minutes after the hour, in the range [0,59].
tm_hour
Hours after midnight, in the range [0,23].
tm_mday
Day of the month, in the range [1,31].
tm_mon
Months since January, in the range [0,11].
tm_year
Years since 1900.
tm_wday
Days since Sunday, in the range [0,6].
tm_yday
Days since January 1, in the range [0,365], allowing for leap years.
tm_isdst
Daylight saving time flag. This field is positive if daylight saving time is in effect, 0 if daylight saving time isn't in effect, and negative if the information isn't available.
tm_gmtoff
(BlackBerry 10 OS extension) The offset from UTC; see setlocale() .
tm_zone
(BlackBerry 10 OS extension) A pointer to the time zone's name.

This pointer could become stale or invalid after the next call to tzset() .

Classification:

ANSI, POSIX 1003.1

Last modified: 2013-12-23

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