[Gambas-user] CDate Documentation

Jussi Lahtinen jussi.lahtinen at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 16:29:04 CET 2022

> > Let's say I have a date variable, which contains my chosen date
> > "something 12:00", which internally (IE in UTC) is "something 10:00"
> *(in > reality of course as float).*
> No, Gambas "Dates" are not "internally UTC" at all.
> Again, Gambas "Dates" are not dates, they are timestamp, i.e. *points in
> time*.

You insist on this point again and again, but I have never made it!!!
Please re-read what I actually wrote.
The timestamp is in float, but it corresponds to UTC time.

> Here is a similar confusion with strings and charsets.

Yeah, and this would make strings quite useless in Gambas. This really is a
similar issue to the date datatype.

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