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Date

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Lets say I have a date in this format: 1/04/2010.

Is there a way to change this to 2010/04/1.

Thank you.

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Hi,

$date = "1/04/2010"
$temp = StringSplit ($date, "/", 2)
Msgbox (0,"", $date & @CRLF & $temp [2] & "/" & $temp [1] & "/" & $temp [0])

I don't know if there might be a solution with StringFormat or some StringReg.....

;-))

Stefan

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kool...it does what i want. thanks heaps.

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Hi.

As you're using a date that's just some days in future:

Have a look at the autoit help file for these functions:

_NowCalc()

_DateAdd()

_DateDiff()

Use StringRegExpReplace() to interchange the positions of YYYY MM DD hh mm and ss in a very flexible manner.

Regards, Rudi.


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... and don't forget to add a leading zero to days or months in 1..9, else you're setting you up for another dance later.


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