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The TIME_OF_DAY_INFO structure returns information about the time of day from a remote server.

typedef struct _TIME_OF_DAY_INFO {

    DWORD      tod_elapsedt;

    DWORD      tod_msecs;

    DWORD      tod_hours;

    DWORD      tod_mins;

    DWORD      tod_secs;

    DWORD      tod_hunds;

    LONG       tod_timezone;

    DWORD      tod_tinterval;

    DWORD      tod_day;

    DWORD      tod_month;

    DWORD      tod_year;

    DWORD      tod_weekday;




Specifies the number of seconds since 00:00:00, January 1, 1970.
Specifies the number of milliseconds from an arbitrary starting point (system reset). Typically, this member is read twice, once at the start of a process and again at the end, then subtracting one value from the other to determine how long the process took.
Specifies the current hour (0-23).
Specifies the current minute (0-59).
Specifies the current second (0-59).
Specifies the current hundredth second (0.01 second) (0-99).
Specifies the time zone of the server. This value is calculated, in minutes, from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). For time zones west of Greenwich, the value is positive; for time zones east of Greenwich, the value is negative. A value of -1 indicates that the time zone is undefined.
Specifies the time interval for each tick of the clock. Each integral integer represents one ten-thousandth second (0.0001 second).
Specifies the day of the month (1-31).
Specifies the month of the year (1-12).
Specifies the year.
Specifies the day of the week (0-6, where 0 is Sunday, 1 is Monday, and so on).

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