get_time DEPRECATED

	time.i1p.v = get_time([use_this.u4.v])

	This routine returns a pointer to a null-terminated LEN_GETTIME
	character text string representing the current date and time.
	The string has the following format:

	dd-mmm-yy hh:mm:ss

	[use_this]	if specified, time string is calculated
			using this time (time_t specified) rather
			than the current time
			*** a value of 0 indicates current time ***

	This function returns status values as follows:

	THIS ROUTINE IS DEPRECATED FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS:
	1. String is returned in a static buffer, so it is not
	   thread safe.
	2. 2 digit year in output means it is not Y2K compliant.
	3. It does not specify a time zone, so it does not distingish
	   between duplicated local times during the transition
	   back to standard time from daylight savings time.
	4. The argument it expects is not a Linux time_t but a
	   "local" time_t.  A "local" time_t is the VAX/VMS semantics
	   for time_t, and is probablmatic because it
	   a. increases by 3601 in a single sec at the transistion to DST and
	   b. decreases by 3599 in a single sec at the transistion from DST.

	pointer to ASCII date string

	This function requires the following include files:

	cnsparam_h, cbslib_h, time.h

	Related functions:

	clinks_now, clinks_to_date, localtime

	C/C++ usage:

	char	*time_string;

	time_string = get_time((time_t) 0);