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I have a heating control application that is based on some C++ code and some Arduino code. Having "woken up" to the 2038 timebomb, I am currently converting my code to cope with this (even though I shall in all probablity be "pushing up the daisies" by then !! ). As I believe Arduino uses 32 bit unsigned time variables, I believe it is OK after 2038 I am running MSVC 6.0 and, being of limited means, do not want to upgrade to 7.0 (or higher ) which I believe introduces a 64-bit version of the CTime class whicjh will cope with the situation. Having discovered an alternative solution ( Time64 - 64 bit Times for 32 bit Windows Apps[^] )I am doing this by abandoning CTime and replacing the code with 64-bit variables and using system calls. However, does anybody know if the MFC class CMonthCalCtrl is susceptible to the 2038 problem (as it DOES use CTime objects as parameters to it's functions) or am I 2038-safe by only employing calls using the SYSTEMTIME parameter ? I could test this but thought that I would ask the experts anyway!! Any help appreciated !
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