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    Topic complex Date functions
    Function unix_now()
    Short Returns the system's date as UNIX-Timestamp
    Syntax UNIX_NOW : INTEGER
    Parameter
    Return Number of seconds since 1st January of 1970 00:00:01 o' clock

    On UNIX-platforms the timestamp is related to GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) whilest on Windows it represents the local system time.
    See also:
    datetime_to_unix() unix_date() unix_time() now() today()
    Description Fits well for storing date and time combinations within (very compact) 32-Bit only, still providing a second based resolution.

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