Would anyone know the actual bit-pattern layout of the tDateTime (double), ie: 64-bit variable, as used in the various DateTime routines, please? ie: which bits denote the: year month day hour min secs etc ..or if they are counts ... counts of what, please?
I've searched around but couldn't find it in the various help & source files - although I did find the description of the timestamp fields...
If I've missed it there, feel free to give me a virtual 'kick-up-the-bum'! :-))) ..and tell me where it is... Thanks.
I would like to code a small amount of assembler to convert to/from a tDateTime (double) to use with MJDate as found in DateProx Unit (by email@example.com).
It can be done by converting via text fields (eg: year/month/day etc) - but that is (a) blazingly s-l-o-w, (b) anathema to me ..... and almost certainly unnecessary ... for the sake of a little assembler code...