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       utime.h — access and modification times structure


       #include <utime.h>


       The  <utime.h>  header  shall  declare  the  utimbuf  structure,  which  shall include the
       following members:

           time_t    actime    Access time.
           time_t    modtime   Modification time.

       The times shall be measured in seconds since the Epoch.

       The <utime.h> header shall define the time_t type as described in <sys/types.h>.

       The following shall be declared as a function and may  also  be  defined  as  a  macro.  A
       function prototype shall be provided.

           int utime(const char *, const struct utimbuf *);

       The following sections are informative.


       The  utime()  function  only  allows  setting  file  timestamps  to  the  nearest  second.
       Applications should use the utimensat() function instead. See <sys/stat.h>.




       The <utime.h> header may be removed in a future version.


       <sys_stat.h>, <sys_types.h>

       The System Interfaces volume of POSIX.1‐2008, futimens(), utime()


       Portions of this text are reprinted and  reproduced  in  electronic  form  from  IEEE  Std
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