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7.1.8. TimeTicks Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
7.1.8. TimeTicks

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7.1.8. TimeTicks

7.1.8. TimeTicks

The TimeTicks type represents a non-negative integer which represents the time, modulo 2^32 (4294967296 decimal), in hundredths of a second between two epochs. When objects are defined which use this ASN.1 type, the description of the object identifies both of the reference epochs.

For example, [3] defines the TimeStamp textual convention which is based on the TimeTicks type. With a TimeStamp, the first reference epoch is defined as the time when sysUpTime [5] was zero, and the second reference epoch is defined as the current value of sysUpTime.

The TimeTicks type may not be sub-typed.

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