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Date.au3 error?

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The DateTimeSplit function splits a date into date and time parts using " T" as a delimiter.

I think this is incorrect and it should be " ".

Below is a copy of the function

Func _DateTimeSplit($sDate, ByRef $asDatePart, ByRef $iTimePart)
    Local $sDateTime
    Local $x
; split the Date and Time portion
    [color=#FF0000]$sDateTime = StringSplit($sDate, " T")[/color];<---- T???
; split the date portion
    If $sDateTime[0] > 0 Then $asDatePart = StringSplit($sDateTime[1], "/-.")
; split the Time portion
    If $sDateTime[0] > 1 Then
        $iTimePart = StringSplit($sDateTime[2], ":")
        If UBound($iTimePart) < 4 Then ReDim $iTimePart[4]
    Else
        Dim $iTimePart[4]
    EndIf
; Ensure the arrays contain 4 values
    If UBound($asDatePart) < 4 Then ReDim $asDatePart[4]
; update the array to contain numbers not strings
    For $x = 1 To 3
        $asDatePart[$x] = Number($asDatePart[$x])
        $iTimePart[$x] = Number($iTimePart[$x])
    Next
    Return (1)
EndFunc  ;==>_DateTimeSplit

Does anyone agree?


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Any of these formats:

"yyyy/mm/dd[ hh:mm[:ss]]"

"yyyy/mm/dd[Thh:mm[:ss]]"

"yyyy-mm-dd[ hh:mm[:ss]]"

"yyyy-mm-dd[Thh:mm[:ss]]"

"yyyy.mm.dd[ hh:mm[:ss]]"

"yyyy.mm.dd[Thh:mm[:ss]]"

Should it be either "T" or " "?

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Does anyone agree?

No.

It splits the date and time using either a "T" or " " which we need to keep ....

The T is used in the ISO standard date format .....


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No.

It splits the date and time using either a "T" or " " which we need to keep ....

The T is used in the ISO standard date format .....

Ah, I see, I'm wrong. Apologies.


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