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## Re: [Nmh-workers] date math

**From**: |
Ken Hornstein |

**Subject**: |
Re: [Nmh-workers] date math |

**Date**: |
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 20:46:46 -0500 |

>*> In the EST/CDT division, existing routines already "know" if a*
>*> particular date falls under DST so there is no ambiguity there. But*
>*> like you said, it's hard to know if the sender is in the "wrong"*
>*> hemisphere :-)*
>
>*Do they get Saskatchewan right? (I haven't looked at the code. I don't*
>*want to.)*
I was thinking about mktime() and friends ... but now that I think about
it, I realize that's simply not good enough (first off, we don't call it).
A GMT offset != a timezone. Of course, everyone else already knew that :-/
--Ken

**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *(continued)*
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Ralph Corderoy*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Ken Hornstein*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Paul Fox*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Ken Hornstein*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Robert Elz*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Ken Hornstein*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Lyndon Nerenberg*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**,
*Ken Hornstein* **<=**
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Robert Elz*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Ken Hornstein*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Ken Hornstein*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Lyndon Nerenberg*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Paul Vixie*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Ken Hornstein*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Robert Elz*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *Ken Hornstein*, `2014/12/15`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *hymie*, `2014/12/17`
**Re: [Nmh-workers] date math**, *David Levine*, `2014/12/16`