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https://bbs.archlinux.org – falconindy wrote:strptime(3) is pretty much an analog to sscanf(3) and is meant for parsing well-known structured data. You'd have to reverse engineer (so to speak) the user's intentions. At that point, you may as well just be parsing the string manually.Yeah it is pretty rigid, but I'd much prefer to inflict that little pain onto the user instead of trying to parse a string manually that might, or might not be something that could resemble some time.The way I thought of it was to allow something like "8:00" _maybe_ even something like "5:00AM" depending on l (HowTos)