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- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Darren Cook)
- Date: Mon, 24 Jun 1996 18:40:46 +0900
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I am developing a (Windows console) program that has to be recompiled under Unix. According to the online-help strftime is not available under Unix, yet it goes into detail about Posix modifiers. I thought Posix and Unix were fairly much the same thing - what is the difference? More importantly, is strftime available under a)Linux, b)Solaris? BTW, 'man' does not work in my Linux installation. I suspect I told it not to install a program that man uses. Can someone tell me what that program is, so I can make sure I include it when I reinstall. Thanks in advance, Darren.
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