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3.1.1 stable - _NowDate() under Win98SE

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Hi,

maybe this is allready fixed in the latest beta. Under Win2K it works.

Greetings Lars

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Hi again,

also

"_Now" and "_NowTime" won't work under 98SE.

But "_NowCalc" and "_NowCalcDate" are OK.

Greetings

Lars

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Hi again,

also

"_Now" and "_NowTime" won't work under 98SE.

But "_NowCalc" and "_NowCalcDate" are OK.

Greetings

Lars

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This has always been the case because the registry info isn't available for date/time format as in winxp...

I am open for suggestions....


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This has always been the case because the registry info isn't available for date/time format as in winxp...

I am open for suggestions....

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Hello JdeB,

thanks for your reply.

I didn't know that. Maybe a compatiblity information in the helpfile would be great in general. Or is a list with compatiblity informations allready existing?

I imagine that below each article in the helpfile a compatiblity information could be given in a few lines like the following examle:

Compatiblity Info:

WIN95 [x]    WIN98 [-]   WINME [x]   WINNT4 [?]  WIN2K [x]   WINXP [!]

legend:

x = works under all circumstances

- = does not work at all

? = not fully tested

! = special comment (e.g: does not work under XP SP1)

This would be very useful.

Greetings Lars

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello JdeB,

thanks for your reply.

I didn't know that. Maybe a compatiblity information in the helpfile would be great in general. Or is a list with compatiblity informations allready existing?

I imagine that below each article in the helpfile a compatiblity information could be given in a few lines like the following examle:

Compatiblity Info:

WIN95 [x]    WIN98 [-]   WINME [x]   WINNT4 [?]  WIN2K [x]   WINXP [!]

legend:

x = works under all circumstances

- = does not work at all

? = not fully tested

! = special comment (e.g: does not work under XP SP1)

This would be very useful.

Greetings Lars

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Agree it should be mentioned in the helpfile and i will see to that...

I actually only noticed it myself a few months ago while its already out for a long time and have it on my list to see if it can be fixed ....

So as mentioned ... ideas are welcome.....

EDIT: i will update the 3 functions to default to MM/DD/YYYY and HH:MM:SS when the PC date and timeformat isn't found in the registry ......

Edited by JdeB

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Agree it should be mentioned in the helpfile and i will see to that...

I actually only noticed it myself a few months ago while its already out for a long time  and have it on my list to see if it can be fixed ....

So as mentioned ... ideas are welcome.....

EDIT: i will update the 3 functions to default to MM/DD/YYYY and HH:MM:SS when the  PC date and timeformat isn't found in the registry ......

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That might hurt code if the consistency of the function is not the same...Just my 1 1/2 cents (I'm poor).

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_DateAdd("d", -2, _NowCalcDate())

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That might hurt code if the consistency of the function is not the same...Just my 1 1/2 cents (I'm poor).

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Don't understand why it possibly would hurt any code if the purpose of the function is to return the date in the PC's format ?

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