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GrungeRocker

hi!

if i have made sth like this:

$Datum = GuiCtrlCreateDate("Date4", 90, 60, 190, 20, $DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT)
$date = guictrlread($datum)

$date is like thi: dd.mm.yyyy

but how could i make it, that its like: yyyy/mm/dd, so that i can use _datediff ?


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Jos

hi!

if i have made sth like this:

$Datum = GuiCtrlCreateDate("Date4", 90, 60, 190, 20, $DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT)
$date = guictrlread($datum)

$date is like thi: dd.mm.yyyy

but how could i make it, that its like: yyyy/mm/dd, so that i can use _datediff ?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

$t = StringSplit($date,'.')
$Date = $t[3] & "/" & $t[2] & "/" $t[1]

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jpm

hi!

if i have made sth like this:

$Datum = GuiCtrlCreateDate("Date4", 90, 60, 190, 20, $DTS_SHORTDATEFORMAT)
$date = guictrlread($datum)

$date is like thi: dd.mm.yyyy

but how could i make it, that its like: yyyy/mm/dd, so that i can use _datediff ?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

read example 3 in the doc. does that help?

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GrungeRocker

ok thank you!

i didnt think of splitting the string -.-


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