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The C-2011 standard does not specify the epoch or the resolution of time(). The POSIX standard specifies the epoch as 1970-01-01 00:00:00, and the resolution as seconds.

The fact that most runtime libraries follow the POSIX standard should not blind you to the fact that using this function to perform date arithmetic is inherently non-portable.

If you wish to perform date/time manipulations, you should use the functions that operate on the 'tm' structure.
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