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Date Check

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I'm trying to make a script where i can put something like

if november 1 2006 > today

script runs

if november 1 2006 < today

script will not run.

is this possible?

and is it also possible to be able to check time on internet rather than local computer since computer time can be changed

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I'm trying to make a script where i can put something like

if november 1 2006 > today

script runs

if november 1 2006 < today

script will not run.

is this possible?

and is it also possible to be able to check time on internet rather than local computer since computer time can be changed

Have you bothered to test out the Date UDF's in the help file?

Also, for internet stuff you'll need to look at InetGet().


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ya there was so much date files i didnt know what each one did like gorean time or something and stuff and is there a correct time thing on internet where i can use inetget()?

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ya there was so much date files i didnt know what each one did like gorean time or something and stuff and is there a correct time thing on internet where i can use inetget()?

InetGet() is in the help file.

As far as the other part of your statement, there's always one way to see what they do, and it's recommended you do that before posting questions, and us just telling you to look there (help file) anyway.


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