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How can I get the midnight GMT time

Aravind Madishetty
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how do I get the midnight GMT time i.e date 00:00:00.0
fred rosenberger
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ummm... it looks to me like you already have it.

could you elaborate your question a little? Where/with what are you trying to get/use it?


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