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    Mines definatly well out if this is true.




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    mine is always wrong

    i fix it n then within 24 hours its wrong again so i finally gave up

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul
    Mine is feckin accurate. It synchronizes with one of those atomic chaps.
    Dont you mean atomic chips. Or is that fission chips.
    Last edited by bigboab; 11-30-2004 at 08:53 PM.
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    i think mine synchronises when it reports my porn to microsoft

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    yep it does

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDave


    yep it does
    Windows 2000 doesn`t have that option.

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    fyi its 21:20:42

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    Code:
    import java.net.*;
    import java.io.*;
    import java.util.*;
    
    class Time
    {
       /* Network time is seconds from 1 Jan 1900
       *  Java time is milliseconds from 1 Jan 1970
       *  DIFFERENCE is number of seconds between these dates
       */
       static long DIFFERENCE = 2208988800L;
       
       public static void main (String [] args ) throws IOException
       {
          int b1,b2,b3,b4;
          long remoteTime;
    
          Socket sock = new Socket("time.nist.gov",37);
          InputStream in = sock.getInputStream();
    
          // read and pack four bytes
          b1 = in.read();
          b2 = in.read();
          b3 = in.read();
          b4 = in.read();
    
          remoteTime = (((long)b1*256 + b2)*256 + b3)*256 + b4;
          remoteTime -= DIFFERENCE;  
          sock.close();
    
          Date remoteDate = new Date(remoteTime*1000); // convert to milliseconds      
          System.out.println("Remote time: "+remoteDate);
          Date localTime = new Date();
          System.out.println("Local time: "+localTime);
       }
    }
    Last edited by Tifosi; 11-30-2004 at 09:16 PM.

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    that a java thing that syncs time for win 2000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDave
    that a java thing that syncs time for win 2000?
    It doesn't sync the time, just displays the remote time from the time server and then your own local system time, allowing you to see the difference.

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