clinks_to_datime_c DEPRECATED

	status.i4.v = clinks_to_datime_c(clinks.u4.v, date.i1a.r)

	This routine converts an integer count of seconds since
	January 1, 1972 to a date string having the format "mm/dd/yy  hhmm".
	An illegal value returns a blank string.
	This routine uses the "datime" date format, which is deprecated.  This
	format is deprecated because it:
	1. Has a 2 digit year and is therefore not Y2K compliant and
	2. Does not have an explicit timezone and so can not distingish between
	   repeated local times during the transistion back to standard time
	   from daylight savings time
	Here the conversion is into "datime" format, so providing the centry and
	the timezone would be work for the computer not the user.  In the interest
	of clarity the computer should go to the extra work and use a more
	precise format.

	clinks		number of seconds since January 1, 1972
	date		output ASCII date string (DATIME_LEN characters)

	This function returns ACNET status values as follows:

	OK			success
	CBS_INVARG		invalid clink value supplied

	This function requires the following include files:

	clib_h, acnet_errors_h

	Related functions:

	clinks_to_date, date_to_clinks, clinks_now, clinks_to_day_of_week_c,
	clinks_is_dst_c, get_date_clinks, convert_compare_date_to_clinks,
	db_date_to_clinks, db_date_to_date_c, convert_seconds_c,
	clinks_to_special_time_c, clinks_to_seconds_into_day_c, timezone_info

	C/C++ usage:

	char	date[DATIME_LEN];
	int	status;
	unsigned int	clinks = 811353627;

	status = clinks_to_datime_c(clinks,date);