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## Re: inverse of float-time?

**From**: |
Paul Eggert |

**Subject**: |
Re: inverse of float-time? |

**Date**: |
Wed, 11 Sep 2013 12:14:16 -0700 |

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On 09/11/13 10:39, Sam Steingold wrote:
>* Is it possible to convert the return value of float-time back to a list*
>* of integers?*
That's not easy to do now, but it'd be easy to add.
We could add an optional argument to current-time,
decoded just like float-time's argument is decoded,
and current-time could convert it to a list of integers.

**inverse of float-time?**, *Sam Steingold*, `2013/09/11`
**Re: inverse of float-time?**,
*Paul Eggert* **<=**
**Re: inverse of float-time?**, *Sam Steingold*, `2013/09/11`
**Re: inverse of float-time?**, *Leo Liu*, `2013/09/11`
**Re: inverse of float-time?**, *Sam Steingold*, `2013/09/11`
**Re: inverse of float-time?**, *Paul Eggert*, `2013/09/12`
**Re: inverse of float-time?**, *Ulrich Mueller*, `2013/09/12`
**Re: inverse of float-time?**, *Sam Steingold*, `2013/09/17`
**Re: inverse of float-time?**, *Paul Eggert*, `2013/09/17`

**Re: inverse of float-time?**, *SAKURAI Masashi*, `2013/09/11`