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Create a directory as Date

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IHaveLeftTheForum

I want to create a dir as the current date, but i think my script has any error.

plz ckeck and reply.

#include <Date.au3>
$date = _NowDate()
DirCreate(@ScriptDir & "\" & $date)

but it 'll not work because the result 'll come with backslashes.

For Ex: 4/30/2010

and windows does not allow to create folders with "\" or "/".

plz help me,

how to do this ???

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enaiman

DirCreate(@ScriptDir & "\" & StringReplace($date, "/", "_"))


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jchd

$date = StringReplace(_NowCalcDate(), '/', '-'))

Was that so difficult?

_NowCalcDate is superior in that dates so formatted sort naturally.


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Makaule

You could also use

$Date = @YEAR & "_" & @MON & "_" & @MDAY

There is lot of ways to do what you want, as you could already notice.

Edited by Makaule

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IHaveLeftTheForum

Thanks!!!

$Date = " Date(" & @MDAY & "-" & @MON & "-" & @YEAR & ")"
$Time = "Time(" & @HOUR & "-" & @MIN & "-" & @SEC & ")"
DirCreate(@ScriptDir & "\" & $Time & $Date)

Edited by Azeem

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