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Hi, thanks for taking the time to read this.

I need some help on how to go about making a serverside program (an application proxy) that queries the wordtime from:
http://worldtimeengine.com/api

I need to make a call to the service once a day, then calculate the difference between the time zones.

This needs to be done in c#.  Also if im a newb, how hard will this be for me to code?

I appreciate any help with this. Thanks.
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Cheers dude,

Any examples on how i go about first retreiving the data from the web service? These examples are showing what i can do with the data?

Thanks again.
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no, that example does show you how to first retreive the data from the ws. look at the XML examples.
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