tomorrow in yyyymmdd format
John La Rooy
igetenoughspamalreadythanksjlr at doctor.com
Wed Aug 14 11:26:52 EDT 2002
Ralph Corderoy wrote:
>>from time import *
>>one_day = 60*60*24 # number of seconds in day
>> # make a julian for tomorrow -
>> # note: depending on what you want be careful around midnight!
>>tomorrow = mktime(localtime()) + one_day
> What if now is 00:00 and today has a leap second or two? 60*60*24
> doesn't reach tomorrow.
> Add one to the day argument to mktime(). That's why POSIX allowed you
> to do it and it is the normal way to do this kind of thing in C
> programs. A lot of the complexity is hidden.
What if you actually tried it? Can you show us a counterexample?
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