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Perl Services Free Epoch Converter

The Epoch started January 1st, 1970 at 00:00:01. The Epoch is the number of seconds since January 1st, 1970 and is used by programmers to record unix timestamps/dates in an efficient format which can later be easily converted in to any date format.

Convert seconds since epoch to a date.
Enter a number of seconds since the epoch and hit "Convert". The program will return the date this number represents for G.M.T. (Greenwich Mean Time)
Convert date to seconds since epoch.
From the form below, select a date and time. Note that you must enter all values accurately for the conversion to be accurate. The date returned will be G.M.T. (Greenwich Mean Time)

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