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Function std.datetime.systime.SYSTEMTIMEToSysTime

This function is Windows-Only.

  scope const(void**) st,
  immutable(TimeZone) tz = opCall()
) @safe;

Converts a SYSTEMTIME struct to a SysTime.


st The SYSTEMTIME struct to convert.
tz The time zone that the time in the SYSTEMTIME struct is assumed to be (if the SYSTEMTIME was supplied by a Windows system call, the SYSTEMTIME will either be in local time or UTC, depending on the call).


DateTimeException if the given SYSTEMTIME will not fit in a SysTime, which is highly unlikely to happen given that SysTime.max is in 29,228 A.D. and the maximum SYSTEMTIME is in 30,827 A.D.


Jonathan M Davis


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