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Does anyone have an easy way of doing this? this whole array thing is giving me a headache! (I'm an idiot so take me to judge judy lol)

okay I have File A and File B.

File A is on my server

File B is a temporary copy on my local PC

I want to do a FileGetTime on both copies of the files and determine if File B was modified more recently than File A if it was I would then copy File B up to the server

Thanks Again,

Kenny

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didn't test it but something like this should work i think:

$FNa = " f:\file1.txt" 
$FNb = " c:\file1.txt" 
$Fa=FileGetTime ( $FNa )
$Fb=FileGetTime ( $FNb )
$Da = Int($Fa[0] & $Fa[1] & $Fa[2] & $Fa[3] & $Fa[4] & $Fa[5])
$Db = Int($Fb[0] & $Fb[1] & $Fb[2] & $Fb[3] & $Fb[4] & $Fb[5])
If $db > $da then FileCopy($FNb,$FNa,1)
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perfect, thanks

about the only thing I can do without testing is MSGBOX(4096,"", "This is a box")

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Thanks again,

Kenny

 "I believe that when we leave a place, part of it goes with us and part of us remains... Go anywhere, when it is quiet, and just listen.. After a while, you will hear the echoes of all our conversations, every thought and word we've exchanged.... Long after we are gone our voices will linger in these walls for as long as this place remains."

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