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 The value of timezone is the difference in minutes between the current time zone and UTC. This is a positive number if earlier than UTC, and negative number if it is later. For Eastern Standard Time this value is 300 (five hours earlier than UTC). The value of timezone is the difference in minutes between the current time zone and UTC. This is a positive number if earlier than UTC, and negative number if it is later. For Eastern Standard Time this value is 300 (five hours earlier than UTC).
  
-To get the date and time, issue [[DosGetDateTime]]. If the application is executing in the OS/2 environment,​ it is more efficient to obtain these variables by calling DosGetInfoSeg instead of this function. However, applications written to the family API cannot depend on the availability of [[DosGetInfoSeg]].+To get the date and time, issue [[DosGetDateTime]]. If the application is executing in the OS/2 environment,​ it is more efficient to obtain these variables by calling ​[[DosGetInfoSeg]] instead of this function. However, applications written to the family API cannot depend on the availability of [[DosGetInfoSeg]].
  
 Not adhering to the limits on any of the parameters results in the return code being set to rc = 327 (ERROR_TS_DATETIME). Also, OS/2 verifies that the day is possible for the month and the year (even for leap year). If the day is not reasonable, OS/2 will also set rc = 327.  Not adhering to the limits on any of the parameters results in the return code being set to rc = 327 (ERROR_TS_DATETIME). Also, OS/2 verifies that the day is possible for the month and the year (even for leap year). If the day is not reasonable, OS/2 will also set rc = 327. 

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