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    My bad, guys. It's not milliseconds, it's...

    My bad, guys. It's not milliseconds, it's microseconds.

    Okay, I'll put more timestamps:

    00 E1 23 59 C2 13 3D C0
    Outputs: 20/2/2009 14:49
    Decimal: 63370738175000000

    00 E1 23 5A 93 68 1B C0...
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    But if it was a UNIX time stamp, it would be...

    But if it was a UNIX time stamp, it would be based on the Jan 1st of Year 1970 format, right?

    How would I do this... any good example? Hmm... so it's impossible for web services to convert such...
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    Ok, looks like there are two timestamps (each 8...

    Ok, looks like there are two timestamps (each 8 bytes) in

    00 e1 27 17 6f e6 69 c0 00 e1 27 18 65 10 84 ef

    One is 00 e1 27 17 6f e6 69 c0 and another one 00 e1 27 18 65 10 84 ef - Both in the...
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    Well, I'm not sure which program does that, etc,...

    Well, I'm not sure which program does that, etc, because the file is located and conducted on Playstation 3.

    Let me re-post the timestamp and another one for comparison:


    1st timestamp :
    ...
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    Is this a timestamp?

    I'm not sure where to post this, but here goes:

    I'm trying to understand how a binary file (.DAT) generally works. I'm using a hex editor do this. I understand most of the file, however I'm stuck...
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    any book recommendations?

    I've learnt the basics of C++ and C already and I want to move onto the next level, and that's windows programming. I like to learn more stuff about API, creating dlls, hooking, etc.

    The problem...
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