In S60 2nd edition I could use TTime with no problem in this manner:
TInt64 was a class having 2 protected members, iLow and iHigh (TUint both).
TTime crntTime; crntTime.UniversalTime();
TUint crntTimeLow = crntTime.Int64().Low();
TUint crntTimeHigh = crntTime.Int64().High();
On 3rd edition I cannot use Low() and High() because that TInt64 is just
So I cannot use Low() and High() anymore because they don't exist anymore.
typedef Int64 TInt64;
typedef long long Int64;
I also noticed that on 3rd edition a statement like crntTime.Int64() gives almost the same response as crntTime.Int64().Low() on 2nd edition. Is this correct?
Is it OK to use just TTime::Int64() on 3rd edition instead of TTime::Int64().Low() on 2nd edition? Will I have the same result?
And how will I get both "values" from a TInt64 on 3rd edition?
Thanks in advance!