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I fully agree that the RTCZero library is well coded, probably in a precise way.

Nevertheless, there is for me a contradiction:

  - on the one hand, you give me an example of use with the library time.h (which is not useful because the library RTCZero includes the vast majority of the functions of the library time.h and without making precision).

 - on the other hand, you talk about compatibility, but the RTCZero is specific to an architecture while the Time.h is Arduino generalist.

My fork brings compatibility between two architectures with all the best possible precision if RTC is present in the chip.

Thank you for enlightening me and answer me with arguments.
Paul Stoffregen the maintainer of the TimeLib is designer and seller of the Teensy boards. He didn't put the Teensy 3.x RTC support into the Time library. See the TimeTeensy3 example of the TimeLib.
You can't write an Arduino sketch if you didn't learn programming. Not the language, but the concepts of programming - algorithms and data types.

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