Converting Zulu Time to Current Time

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    Converting Zulu Time to Current Time

    Does anyone know how to go about doing this in C++? Is there like some kind of date class that takes care of all of this?

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    Mmm I think locale is what you are searching for. Google it up. I've never used it so I can't help you much more than that.

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    locales are a female dog to use. boost.date_time is your friend
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    Thanks guys.

    I'm still confused with the usage of this class though.

    Also, is this a built-in class for C++?
    Last edited by Caldus; 06-08-2006 at 08:57 PM.

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