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Windows API Guide: FILETIME Structure FILETIME-type variables hold a 64-bit value identifying a time and date (usually one associated with a file). The structure holds a time by specifying the number of 100-nanosecond intervals since January 1, 1601. The 64-bit data is divided into the two member values, each holding either the high-order or low-order half of the time and date. The hexadecimal or binary values can be stuck together to give the 64-bit value, or you could use the formula time = dwHighDateTime * 2^32 + dwLowDateTime to calculate the corresponding value.

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'FILETIME Structure
dwLowDateTime As Long
dwHighDateTime As Long
End Type

dwLowDateTimeHolds 'the low-order half of the 'date and time.
dwHighDateTimeHolds 'the high-order half of the 'date and time.


CompareFileTime, FileTimeToSystemTime, GetFileTime, SystemTimeToFileTime;

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