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Hey guys,

Just made a quick script that tells you the day and the time of a city. Almost any well-known or populated city will work. This isn't something very useful, but it's a very good example for _InetGetSource and other functions to study. It's actually pretty cool :whistle:

Kurt

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Hey guys,

Just made a quick script that tells you the day and the time of a city. Almost any well-known or populated city will work. This isn't something very useful, but it's a very good example for _InetGetSource and other functions to study. It's actually pretty cool ;)

Kurt

I was just having a bash at that, only to find you beat me to it!!! It looks good though, kudos on ur clock creating skills :whistle:)

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Nice script. Works well


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Thanks for the comments guys :P:whistle:

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Yeah, you and Lakes helped me out with StringRegExp, thanks again (it's also mentionned inside the script)

Kurt

Thanks for the credit although I just did the IE demo stuff (which I am still learning), still trying to get my head around the StringRegExp thingy.. ;)

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