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Author techtonik
Recipients amaury.forgeotdarc, brian.curtin, srumbalski, techtonik
Date 2010-02-09.08:05:29
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So, is that right that even if time.daylight specifies the offset, this doesn't mean that this offset is active?

MS documentation you referenced is unclear: "The _get_daylight function retrieves the number of hours in daylight saving time as an integer. If daylight saving time is in effect, the default offset is one hour."

From this description it is easy to assume that if DST is not in effect then default offset would be 0.
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