Unix2DateTime

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Function: list Unix2DateTime(integer unixtime);

Returns a list of integers comprising the date [year, month, day, hour, minute, second].

• integer unixtime number of seconds elapsed since 00:00 hours, Jan 1, 1970 UTC, ie. return value of llGetUnixTime()

Function: integer DateTime2Unix(integer year,integer month,integer day,integer hour,integer minute,integer second);

Returns an integer comprising the date in number of seconds elapsed since 00:00 hours, Jan 1, 1970 UTC.

• integer year range from 1970 to 2038
• integer month range from 1 to 12
• integer day range from 1 to 31
• integer hour range from 0 to 23
• integer minute range from 0 to 59
• integer second range from 0 to 59

Function: string DateString(list time);

Returns a string comprising the date as DD-MON-YYYY.

• list time list of integers [year, month, day, hour, minute, second]

Function: string TimeString(list time);

Returns a string comprising the time as HH24:MI:SS.

• list time list of integers [year, month, day, hour, minute, second]

Specification

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Script Library Contribution by Flennan Roffo
// Logic Scripted Products & Script Services
// Peacock Park (183,226,69)
// (c) 2007 - Flennan Roffo
//
// Distributed as GPL, donated to wiki.secondlife.com on 19 sep 2007
//
// SCRIPT:  Unix2DateTimev1.0.lsl
//
// FUNCTION: 
// Perform conversion from return value of llGetUnixTime() to
// date and time strings and vice versa.
//
// USAGE:
// list timelist=Unix2DateTime(llGetUnixTime());
// llSay(PUBLIC_CHANNEL, "Date: " +  DateString(timelist); // displays date as DD-MON-YYYY
// llSay(PUBLIC_CHANNEL, "Time: " +  TimeString(timelist); // displays time as HH24:MI:SS
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
 
///////////////////////////// Unix Time conversion //////////////////
 
integer DAYS_PER_YEAR        = 365;           // Non leap year
integer SECONDS_PER_YEAR     = 31536000;      // Non leap year
integer SECONDS_PER_DAY      = 86400;
integer SECONDS_PER_HOUR     = 3600;
integer SECONDS_PER_MINUTE   = 60;
 
list MonthNameList = [  "JAN", "FEB", "MAR", "APR", "MAY", "JUN", 
                        "JUL", "AUG", "SEP", "OCT", "NOV", "DEC" ];
 
// This leap year test works for all years from 1901 to 2099 (yes, including 2000)
// Which is more than enough for UnixTime computations, which only operate over the range [1970, 2038].  (Omei Qunhua)
integer LeapYear( integer year)
{
    return !(year & 3);
}
 
integer DaysPerMonth(integer year, integer month)
{
    // Compact Days-Per-Month algorithm. Omei Qunhua.
    if (month == 2)  	return 28 + LeapYear(year);
    return 30 + ( (month + (month > 7) ) & 1);           // Odd months up to July, and even months after July, have 31 days
}
 
integer DaysPerYear(integer year)
{
    return 365 + LeapYear(year);
}
 
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Convert Unix time (integer) to a Date and Time string
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
 
/////////////////////////////// Unix2DataTime() ///////////////////////////////////////
 
list Unix2DateTime(integer unixtime)
{
    integer days_since_1_1_1970     = unixtime / SECONDS_PER_DAY;
    integer day = days_since_1_1_1970 + 1;
    integer year  = 1970;
    integer days_per_year = DaysPerYear(year);
 
    while (day > days_per_year)
    {
        day -= days_per_year;
        ++year;
        days_per_year = DaysPerYear(year);
    }
 
    integer month = 1;
    integer days_per_month = DaysPerMonth(year, month);
 
    while (day > days_per_month)
    {
        day -= days_per_month;
 
        if (++month > 12)
        {    
            ++year;
            month = 1;
        }
 
        days_per_month = DaysPerMonth(year, month);
    }
 
    integer seconds_since_midnight  = unixtime % SECONDS_PER_DAY;
    integer hour        = seconds_since_midnight / SECONDS_PER_HOUR;
    integer second      = seconds_since_midnight % SECONDS_PER_HOUR;
    integer minute      = second / SECONDS_PER_MINUTE;
    second              = second % SECONDS_PER_MINUTE;
 
    return [ year, month, day, hour, minute, second ];
}
 
///////////////////////////////// MonthName() ////////////////////////////
 
string MonthName(integer month)
{
    if (month >= 0 && month < 12)
        return llList2String(MonthNameList, month);
    else
        return "";
}
 
///////////////////////////////// DateString() ///////////////////////////
 
string DateString(list timelist)
{
    integer year       = llList2Integer(timelist,0);
    integer month      = llList2Integer(timelist,1);
    integer day        = llList2Integer(timelist,2);
 
    return (string)day + "-" + MonthName(month - 1) + "-" + (string)year;
}
 
///////////////////////////////// TimeString() ////////////////////////////
 
string TimeString(list timelist)
{
    string  hourstr     = llGetSubString ( (string) (100 + llList2Integer(timelist, 3) ), -2, -1);
    string  minutestr   = llGetSubString ( (string) (100 + llList2Integer(timelist, 4) ), -2, -1);
    string  secondstr   = llGetSubString ( (string) (100 + llList2Integer(timelist, 5) ), -2, -1);
    return  hourstr + ":" + minutestr + ":" + secondstr;
}
 
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Convert a date and time to a Unix time integer
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
 
////////////////////////// DateTime2Unix() ////////////////////////////////////
 
integer DateTime2Unix(integer year, integer month, integer day, integer hour, integer minute, integer second)
{
	integer time = 0;
	integer yr = 1970;
	integer mt = 1;
	integer days;
 
	while(yr < year)
	{
		days = DaysPerYear(yr++);
		time += days * SECONDS_PER_DAY;
	}
 
	while (mt < month)
	{
		days = DaysPerMonth(year, mt++);
		time += days * SECONDS_PER_DAY;
	}
 
	days = day - 1;
	time += days * SECONDS_PER_DAY;
	time += hour * SECONDS_PER_HOUR;
	time += minute * SECONDS_PER_MINUTE;
	time += second;
 
	return time;
}
//////////////////////////////////////////////
// End Unix2DateTimev1.0.lsl
//////////////////////////////////////////////

Example

Trivial example to display data and time converted from system time when touched.

default
{ 
    touch_start(integer total_number)
    {
        llOwnerSay("Date: " +  DateString(Unix2DateTime(llGetUnixTime()))); // displays date as DD-MON-YYYY
        llOwnerSay("Time: " +  TimeString(Unix2DateTime(llGetUnixTime()))); // displays time as HH24:MI:SS
    }
}