local_asctime_to_clinks DEPRECATED

	clinks.u4.v = local_asctime_to_clinks(date.i1a.r [,status.i4.r])

	This routime converts a date string having the format
	"Www Mmm dd hh:mm:ss yyyy" to an integer number of clinks.
	This is the format produced by the C runtime library functions
	'asctime' and 'ctime'.
	The date is assumed to be in local time, which during the twice a year
	daylight savings time transitions presents some difficulties.  During
	these transistions some local times occur twice (fall back) or not at
	all (spring forward).  For a time that would never occur, e.g.,
	"Sun Mar  8 02:30:00 2009", CBS_RANGE is returned.  For a time that
	would occur twice, e.g., "Sun Nov  1 01:30:00 2009", the clinks value
	associated with the second occurence is returned.   This routine does
	not support replacing the ":" characters with ";" characters to get
	the first occurence (see the date_to_clinks routine).

	date		ASCII date string (ASCTIME_LEN characters)
	[status]	conversion status
			(OK -> successful conversion,
			 CBS_INVSIZ -> supplied date string is too short,
			 CBS_NO_SUCH -> invalid month string,
			 CBS_RANGE -> invalid year, day, hour, minute,
				      or second
			 CBS_SYNTAX -> semi-colons used in place of colons
			               in time, etc.)

	This function returns status values as follows:

	number of clinks corresponding to the supplied date string

	This function requires the following include files:

	cnsparam_h, clib_h, acnet_errors_h

	Related functions:

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

	C/C++ usage:

	static const char	date[ASCTIME_LEN+1] = "Tue Sep 16 16:00:00 1997";
	int	status;
	unsigned int	clinks;

	clinks = local_asctime_to_clinks(date,&status);