Net::FTP module

Chris Radcliff chris at
Wed May 3 17:32:16 CDT 2000


Michael DeVicariis wrote:
> I'm trying to download(ftp) a file based on the current date.  When I grab
> the year from localtime(), I get 100.  When I print the complete time, I get
> 2000.  Is this supposed to be the correct response?

That's absolutely correct. In list context, locatime() reports the year
as the number of years since 1900. In scalar context, localtime will
return a more human-readable timestamp.


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