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MI_Timestamp structure

MI_Timestamp specifies a timestamp or a specific point in time.

Syntax


typedef struct _MI_Timestamp {
  MI_Uint32 year;
  MI_Uint32 month;
  MI_Uint32 day;
  MI_Uint32 hour;
  MI_Uint32 minute;
  MI_Uint32 second;
  MI_Uint32 microseconds;
  MI_Sint32 utc;
} MI_Timestamp;

Members

year

A four digit number representing the year in the form yyyy.

month

A two digit number representing the month in the form mm. (01-12)

day

A two digit number representing the day of the month in the form dd. (01-31)

hour

A two digit number representing the hour on a 24-hour clock in the form hh. (00-23)

minute

A two digit number representing minutes in the form mm. (00-59)

second

A two digit number representing seconds in the form ss. (00-59)

microseconds

A six digit number in the form mmmmmm representing the microseconds. (000000-999999)

utc

The offset from Coordinated Universal Time in minutes. Timezones west of Greenwich use negative numbers while timezones east of Greenwich use positive numbers.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 8

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2012

Redistributable

Windows Management Framework 3.0 on Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1, Windows 7 with SP1, and Windows Server 2008 with SP2

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Mi.h

 

 

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