Resource Interchange File Format - Converting DTIM Time To Normal Time

Converting DTIM Time To Normal Time

Two values (v and v) separated with space (0x20). Equation:

//time in seconds
TimeInSeconds = (v * (2^32) + v)*10^(-7);
//shift from Jan 1, 1601 to Jan 1, 1970
UnixTimeStamp= TimeInSeconds - 134774 * 24 * 3600

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