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    Converting number literals to time_point?

    I would like to create a boost::chrono::system_clock::time_point based on the supplied date and time...
    What is the way to do it?
    Thanks
    Jack

    Code:
    void SimClock::SetStartTime(unsigned int year, unsigned int month, unsigned int day, unsigned int hour, unsigned int minute, unsigned int seconds)
    { 	 
    	// this time - epoch time = d
    	
    	// convert the time to seconds
    	//std::time_t t;
    	//t = 
    
    	//boost::chrono::system_clock::duration d = 
    	//m_starttp
    }

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    Re: Converting number literals to time_point?

    Why boost and not c++ chrono class?

    Have a look at this date/time library https://github.com/HowardHinnant/date
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