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GuiCtrlCreateDate and GuiCtrlSetData [Resolved]

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Negative1

Hi all,

So here is my delima I'm using:

$Date_Input_1 = GUICtrlCreateDate("", 10, -1, 150,25,$DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT)

Then i use guictrlread to and save the read date to a ini file.

After wards i want to be able to read from the ini file and use

GUICtrlSetData($Date_Input_1, $Data1)

The fun is that the guisetdata wants it in format:

yyyy/mm/dd

and the read data saves as:

dd/mm/yyyy

is there any easy was to change this without manually manipulating the strings?

Thanks,

-1

Edit1:

Thank you GEO and Ninja

Edited by Negative1

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NinjaGeek

So here is my delima I'm using:

$Date_Input_1 = GUICtrlCreateDate("", 10, -1, 150,25,$DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT)

GuiCtrlCreateDate creates a date in the yyyy/mm/dd format by default, is there a reason you are setting the style to $DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT to change that format?

Edit: Sorry, I was misreading the function description for GUICtrlCreateDate

Edited by NinjaGeek

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Negative1

GuiCtrlCreateDate creates a date in the yyyy/mm/dd format by default, is there a reason you are setting the style to $DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT to change that format?

my default without $DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT is "Friday, June 06 2010" or something close to that

I used the style cause I just need the short date.


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GEOSoft

The default is a long date as shown by Negative1

That appears to be an inconsistancy between $DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT and what's reguired for GUICtrlSetData.

For now I suggest that you run it through this first

$sDate = "04/06/2010"
$sDate = StringRegExpReplace($sDate, "(\d+)/(\d+)/(\d+)", "$3/$2/$1")

If course the $sDate can be all done in the one line if you prefer

$sDate = StringRegExpReplace("04/06/2010", "(\d+)/(\d+)/(\d+)", "$3/$2/$1")

To do it properly the 04/06/2010 in the StringRegExpReplace would just be an IniRead()


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NinjaGeek

You can use GuiCtrlSendMsg to change the format:

$DTM_SETFORMAT_ = 0x1032
$style = "yyyy/mm/dd"
GUICtrlSendMsg($Date, $DTM_SETFORMAT_, 0, $style) ;this converts the information in $Date to the format specified in $style
GUICtrlRead($Date)

Above is not complete code, but shows necessary parts to do the conversion.

Edit: Here's a full example that can be run to try it out:

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>

$DTM_SETFORMAT_ = 0x1032    ; $DTM_SETFORMATW
$style = "yyyy/mm/dd"

$test = GUICreate("test",200,100)
$Date = GUICtrlCreateDate("2009/01/10", 10, 10, 150,25,0x00000010)
$button = GUICtrlCreateButton("End",10,40,100)
GUISetState()

while 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $msg
    Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
        Exit
    Case $button
        ExitLoop
    EndSwitch
WEnd

GUICtrlSendMsg($Date, $DTM_SETFORMAT_, 0, $style)
$ConvertedDate = GUICtrlRead($Date1)

GUIDelete($test)

msgbox(0,"test",$ConvertedDate)
Edited by NinjaGeek

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GEOSoft

Reported as a bug. Ticket #1666

Edit: Reported even though it may be a Windows bug that is at the heart of the problem, GuiCtrlSetData should still be fixed to handle it properly.

Edited by GEOSoft

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GEOSoft

I just checked TRAC and apparently this has now been fixed for version 3.3.7.0. In the meantime I suggest you just do the conversion as I suggested above.


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