By Little Tiny Machines
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T-Time is a time calculator for programmers and network engineers that solves the problem of working with raw time values. This happens when working with network protocols and low level programming were you are dealing with time in a numerical format. T-Time converts raw time values to human readable form and also allows you to do simple computations with these values.
A key feature required when working with time is the base reference time. Different systems may use different time as time zero. For example Unix systems use Jan 1 1970 to represent zero time, but Apple uses Jan 1 2001. T-Time allows you to select the base time that will be used for perfomring time calculations. T-Time provides several preset values or a custom date/time may be entered. This is useful for non-standard time formats.
Version 1 of T-Time supports four byte, unsigned time values in big-endian format. If this is useful for you, then please let us know.
Coming this summer, Version 2 will support more time formats, as well as quad-word signed numbers.
Thanks for checking out T-Time, we hope you find it useful!