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   -  One hour is as long as the next in all time systems.   -  One hour is as long as the next in all time systems.
   -  You can calculate when leap seconds will be added.   -  You can calculate when leap seconds will be added.
 +  - The precision of the data type returned by a getCurrentTime() function is the same as the precision of that function.
 +  - Two subsequent calls to a getCurrentTime() function will return distinct results.
 +  - The second of two subsequent calls to a getCurrentTime() function will return a larger result.
   -  The software will never run on a space ship that is orbiting a black hole.   -  The software will never run on a space ship that is orbiting a black hole.
  
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