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Does anyone know a decent site for studying about ctime(or time.h) in c++ thats good and doesn't end up telling you its in C?:@ :-/
Cos' when I search on google and I when thought I had found a great site, its actually for C programmers. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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What exactly is it you want to do with ctime. There isn't alot to it...and when you consider that ctime is justthe newest version of time.h that was written for C it's no wonder alot of the material out there is C based...because it's a C based header file.

None the less what exactly do you want to do?
http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/clibrary/ctime/
The above reference link may also help

Chris

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>Cos' when I search on google and I when thought I had
>found a great site, its actually for C programmers.
The usage of the header is virtually identical between C and C++. The only difference is that if you use <ctime>, you need to remember that all of the names are in the std namespace. As such, you can safely use any of the C websites you found and learn what you need for use in C++.

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