EPOCH Time: PHP vs. Flash
I've been working on a Chat Program with Flash MX and PHP Flash Remoting. So far it's a great venture and a lot of fun.
Now in my original PHP script I was sending timestamps to a database for the last evaluated time the user was "seen"
// Example of EPOCH Time Stamp from Flash MX // Date of this Post March 27, 2003 trace(new Date().getTime()); //Output 1048792661937
Now, I'm wondering why there is a difference...
<Flash MX EPOCH = 1048792661937 />
<PHP EPOCH = 1048792954 />
This isn't slowing my progress with the Chat Program, but I just made this as an observation. I was sure both Flash MX and PHP returned milliseconds from January 1, 1970 to now.
Why such a difference? I'm going to figure out the offset.
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