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Mac OS 8 Developer Documentation > Text and Other International Services> Date, Time, and Measurement Utilities

You can use the Date, Time, and Measurement Utilities to obtain and change information about the current date, time, geographic location, time zone, and units of measurement. The Date, Time, and Measurement Utilities return this information in a format that is best suited to the current writing system, allowing you to facilitate localization of your application.

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Inside Macintosh: Text
This document describes Macintosh text-handling interfaces. Chapter 5 includes a discussion of some functions for performing date and time conversion.
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(Chapter 4 - Date, Time, and Measurement Utilities)
This document describes technologies that allow you to manage various low-level aspects of the Mac OS. See Chapter 4 for a discussion of the Date, Time, and Measurement Utilities.

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