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Get time at beginning of a GMT day

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$secondsSinceEpoch = 1353324514;

# How to get the time (in seconds) at the beginning of the next GMT day from the $secondsSinceEpoch
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use Time::Local 'timegm_nocheck';
@dmy=(gmtime $secondsSinceEpoch)[3..5];
++$dmy[0];
print timegm_nocheck(0,0,0,@dmy);
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