$gmt $gmt(date [,format])
- no parameters Returns ctime adjusted by the $timezone value
- date Optional ctime number, overrides the default ctime. Returns the GMT time string in $asctime format. Ignores any fractions.
- format Optional format letters same as for $asctime
//echo -a $gmt($ctime) is the same as $asctime($calc($ctime + $timezone ) ) //echo -a $gmt is same as $calc( $ctime + $timezone ) //echo -a Current GMT is $gmt($ctime, ddd dd mmmm yyyy hh:nn:sstt)
- Beginning v7.56, changes made to $gmt are:
1. The z|zz|zzz format strings now return the string for GMT zone instead of the user's zone.
2. Fixed bug where $gmt(number) handled all dates as if they were during the same $daylight zone as the current date, resulting in different output for $gmt(0), for most people, when script is run in January vs June.
3. New API recognizes larger date range. N can now be numbers which resolve to 1 second after midnight at the beginning of year 1601, through 1 second prior midnight at the end of the last day of year 9999. Returns $null of N is outside that range.
//echo -a $gmt($calc(0-86400*365.25*369+86400*3.25+1))) is Mon Jan 01 00:00:01 1601 //echo -a $gmt($calc(0+86400*365.25*(9999-1970)+86400*304.75-1))) is Fri Dec 31 23:59:59 9999 valid range is -11644473599 through +253402300799
Added: mIRC v5.5
Added on: 08 Jan 1999
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this was the date of original functionality.
Further enhancements may have been made in later versions.