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Printing the Time

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Hey everyone,

Is there a function on AutoIt 3 that allows you to print out your current computer time like a Send command? I want to make my script log some stuff. Any ideas?

Thanks,

CougarElite

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Hey everyone,

Is there a function on AutoIt 3 that allows you to print out your current computer time like a Send command? I want to make my script log some stuff. Any ideas?

Thanks,

CougarElite

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Have a look at _NowTime / _NowCalc UDFs described in the helpfile.. :whistle:

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Have a look at _NowTime / _NowCalc  UDFs described in the helpfile..  :whistle:

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Lol I searched for both of those and they aren't there :dance: .

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Lol I searched for both of those and they aren't there  :whistle: .

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They are there ...Are you sure you have the underscore infront of the function ? Edited by JdeB

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They are there ...Are you sure you have the underscore infront of the function ?

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Yeah nothing is coming up lol. Maybe your autoit version is a little newer than mine? Can you like copy and paste the part where it gives an example of how to use it?

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Yeah nothing is coming up lol. Maybe your autoit version is a little newer than mine? Can you like copy and paste the part where it gives an example of how to use it?

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What is your version?

#include <Date.au3>
MsgBox(0,'',"The time is:" & _NowTime())

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Yeah nothing is coming up lol. Maybe your autoit version is a little newer than mine? Can you like copy and paste the part where it gives an example of how to use it?

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It is just using the @HOUR @MIN @SEC macros.....

If its not in your version then you haven't updated since February. 2005...

Edited by JdeB

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Hmm I'm not sure of the exact version. I only know it's version 3... thanks for the info though I'm going to go try it.

Okay I just updated my AutoIt and it's there now. Thanks you guys :whistle:.

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Yeah nothing is coming up lol. Maybe your autoit version is a little newer than mine? Can you like copy and paste the part where it gives an example of how to use it?

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if your version is too old to have the documentation, why would you think it would include the UDF's?

1100111 00001011101111 00011101101111 00010111100100 00001111110100 00110111110010 00101101111001 0011100i didn't make up this form of encryption, but i like it.credit to the lvl 6 challenge on arcanum.co.nz

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