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Getting the time.....

Hi all....

Yeah, kinda tricked you (with the header) to get your attention, ok then i know some sites host the time, i had a site, but the site does not exist now, and i want to write a little program to extract the time of the web (component with Delphi 4) ....but the question is this...

Where is a time server?.. for example www.iamthetimeserver.com does anyone know of one?... or they all stop existing now?...

Thanks... Craig C.
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SeregaCommented:
There are some sites with their locations:

apple.com
USA, CA, Cupertino, Apple Computer

bitsy.mit.edu
USA, MA, Cambridge, MIT Information Systems

canon.inria.fr
France, Rocquencourt, INRIA

clock.isc.org
USA, CA, Palo Alto, Internet Software Consortium

clock.osf.org
USA, MA, Boston, Open Software Foundation
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f15iafCommented:
go to http://www.netmastersllc.com/ 
they have a component which works with time server.
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craig_capelAuthor Commented:
Sorry, this is not what i asked for, Serega gets the points... I have not answered my mail for a while... Sorry....
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craig_capelAuthor Commented:
Would have been nice if i got a link for the UK, but thats my own fault for not saying :)....

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