For some reason, I can’t get Perl to return a valid date. The current year always comes out as 103 rather than 2003. Is this a known bug in Perl? Or an OS problem? Or am I doing something wrong?
(I have actually noticed something similar to this in some unix based apps at work, and I think we have a problem record open with the vendor)
($Second, $Minute, $Hour, $Day, $Month, $Year, $WeekDay, $DayOfYear, $IsDST)
Any help appreciated. Does someone have a elegant way to get the current UTC time in the ISO format (eg “2003-01-25 13:45:01”)? Are the servers system clocks set to GMT?
Thanks - Zilch.