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Translating Event.time from pyhook

I use pyhook to monitor user usage of keyboard and mouse. According to
pyhook specs, event.time hold the number of seconds since the epoch.
However, when I use the example source code I get numbers like
358054093, which translates to 07 May 1981..

Can anyone explain to me what am I doing wrong?


Sep 27 '07 #1
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