Your challenge is to output a truthy value if SE is down/read only and a falsy value if SE is not. You may not have any input, and you must use date builtins to determine if SE is down/read only (no actually querying the SE api!) Example output:
12:34 UTC 03 May 2017 -> false 00:00 UTC 04 May 2017 -> true 00:20 UTC 20 May 2017 -> undefined, see below
That's undefined behavior, because it's too far after the window of time.
To be clear, you can assume your program will be run from UTC
8:00 today (5/3/17) to UTC
1:00 tomorrow (5/4/17).
00:21 UTC 04 May 2017 -> false 00:20 UTC 04 May 2017 -> true 00:10 UTC 04 May 2017 -> true
Note that any truthy or falsy values are allowed, not just
false. You must be accurate to the nearest second, and no changing the system clock! You may assume that your program is being run on a machine on the
+0 UTC time zone.