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Dos DateTime to a readable FileTime string

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rasim

Hi, how to convert Dos DateTime like this 956009454 to a File Time?

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Xenobiologist

Hi, how to convert Dos DateTime like this 956009454 to a File Time?

Where do you get that value from?

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rasim

Where do you get that value from?

Mega

This value returned from unrar.dll function.

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Xenobiologist

This value returned from unrar.dll function.

Okay, and what is it? Sec, min? Sec from 01.01.1970?

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Zedna

Maybe this will help you.

I used it in my FTP project to convert filetime stored in low/high dword returned from _FtpFileFindFirst/_FtpFileFindNext

Global $rfiletime = DllStructCreate("dword;dword")
Global $pfiletime = DllStructGetPtr($rfiletime)
Global $rsystemtime = DllStructCreate("short;short;short;short;short;short;short;short")
Global $psystemtime = DllStructGetPtr($rsystemtime)

Func FormatFileTime($low, $high); yyyymmddhhmmss
 DllStructSetData($rfiletime,1,$low)
 DllStructSetData($rfiletime,2,$high)
 
 DllCall("Kernel32.dll", "int", "FileTimeToSystemTime", "ptr", $pfiletime, "ptr", $psystemtime)

 Return StringFormat("%04d%02d%02d%02d%02d%02d", _
    DllStructGetData($rsystemtime,1), _
    DllStructGetData($rsystemtime,2), _
    DllStructGetData($rsystemtime,4), _
    DllStructGetData($rsystemtime,5), _
    DllStructGetData($rsystemtime,6), _
    DllStructGetData($rsystemtime,7))
EndFunc

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