Unix Time Numbers

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Unix Time - Definition - Encoding Time As A Number
... Unix time is a single signed integer number which increments every second, without requiring the calculations to determine year, month, day of month, hour and minute ... Modern Unix time is based on UTC, which counts time using SI seconds, and breaks up the span of time into days almost always 400 ... s long, but due to leap seconds ... The Unix epoch is the time 000000 UTC on 1 January 1970 (or 1970-01-01T000000Z ISO 8601) ...

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