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i explain more.....
i read a url file:

[DEFAULT]
BASEURL=http://www2.delphifans.com/SoftView/SoftView_1231.html
[InternetShortcut]
URL=http://www2.delphifans.com/SoftView/SoftView_1231.html
Modified=804AE5D61A47C501AC
IconFile=http://www2.delphifans.com/favicon.ico
IconIndex=1


i want convert the Modified field to a understandable date/time ....
how do it?

i see any code in VB that convert it to understandable date/time but use these function...
thanks
 
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Your original thread was moved here, please continue the conversation there.

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By which algorithm is the date and time encoded in that value? I see no obvious way to extract them.
 
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Originally posted by Miguel Enriquez:
Modified=804AE5D61A47C501AC



Is that the star date?
 
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Yes, please see this thread:


http://www.coderanch.com/t/132354/gc/FileTimeToSystemTime

thanks
 
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Following the links it looks like the algorithm and source code that implements it in VB is given. What specific problem do you have in implementing or porting that to Java?
 
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I'm going to close this. Please continue in the other copy of this thread.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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