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hello everyone

i have an small problem, can somebody please give me some idea how to do current date+ x days(7,10,15,20days etc)

i don't need all done script, i need an idea how to do it,

i want to have gui like this

$data = GUICtrlCreateCombo("", 40, 32, 137, 25, BitOR($CBS_DROPDOWN,$CBS_AUTOHSCROLL))
GUICtrlSetData(-1, "7days|10days|15days|20days|30days|60days|90days|120days|180days|365days", "7days")

and when i msgbox an button to show me the curent date+$data

any ideas how to do it without changing current date of windows?

thank you, i waiting your feedback's

good day

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Calculates a new date based on a given date and add an interval.

#Include <Date.au3>

_DateAdd($sType, $iValToAdd, $sDate)


$sType of one the following:

D - Add number of days to the given date

M - Add number of months to the given date

Y - Add number of years to the given date

w - Add number of Weeks to the given date

h - Add number of hours to the given date

n - Add number of minutes to the given date

s - Add number of seconds to the given date

$iValToAdd number to be added

$sDate Input date in the format YYYY/MM/DD[ HH:MM:SS]

Return Value

Success: Date newly calculated date.

Failure: 0 and Set @error

@error: 0 - No error

1 - Invalid $sType

2 - Invalid $iValToAdd

3 - Invalid $sDate


The function will not return an invalid date.

When 3 months are added to '2004/1/31' then the result will be '2004/04/30'.

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i think this is it, you save my day, honestly

thank you very very much, i search the help but only for data and i didn't find any helping thing

thank you again mate

have an good day

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