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shyang

Hello All.

I'm newbie on autoit...

Autoit is really something for various automation.

Here's the question.

How can I put date with filename.txt ?

(I just checked help file and this "General Help and Support" but no luck..maybe I couldn't find it..)

what I want to do is to make log filename with timestamp in c:\tmp like this,

200710051730.log.txt

200710051730: date and time .

log.txt <--- is fixed filename and extension.

How can I make this come true ?

thank you in advance.

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SmOke_N

Try this:

MsgBox(0, 0, _FileToDateTime(@UserProfileDir & "\somefilename.log"))

Func _FileToDateTime($sFileIn)
    ;We should use _PathSplit here, but I'm being lazy
    Local $sPath, $sFName = $sFileIn
    If StringInStr($sFName, "\") Then
        Local $nCount = StringInStr($sFName, "\", 0, -1)
        $sPath = StringLeft($sFName, $nCount)
        $sFName = StringTrimLeft($sFName, $nCount)
    EndIf
    $sFName = @YEAR & @MON & @MDAY & @HOUR & @MIN & "." & $sFName
    Return $sPath & $sFName
EndFunc


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weaponx

#Include <Date.au3>
#Include <Array.au3>

$infile = "C:\somefolder\test.log"
$array = StringSplit ( $infile, "\")
$array[$array[0]] = StringRegExpReplace (_NowCalc (), "[^0-9]", "") & $array[$array[0]]
$outfile = _ArrayToString ($array, "\", 1)

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Edited by weaponx

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SmOke_N

#Include <Date.au3>
#Include <Array.au3>

$infile = "C:\somefolder\test.log"
$array = StringSplit ( $infile, "\")
$array[$array[0]] = StringRegExpReplace (_NowCalc (), "[^0-9]", "") & $array[$array[0]]
$outfile = _ArrayToString ($array, "\", 1)

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Edit2:

Ooops forgot $sPath in last Edit

Edited by SmOke_N

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weaponx

Nah yours is 9 lines, mine is 7 or 8. There is also the likelihood that those UDF's are already included in the script! :)

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shyang

Thank you very much everybody..

above answers are what I wanted ~~ :)

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weaponx

Is this better Smoke?

$infile = "C:\somefolder\new folder\test.log"
MsgBox(0,"",StringLeft($infile, StringInStr ($infile, "\", 0 , -1)) & @YEAR & @MON & @MDAY & @HOUR & @MIN & StringTrimLeft ( $infile,StringInStr ($infile, "\", 0 , -1)))oÝ÷ ÚÚºÚ"µÍÌÍÚ[[HH  ][ÝÐÎÌLÜÛÛYYÛÌLÛ]ÈÛÌLÝÝÙÉ][ÝÂÙÐÞ
    ][ÝÉ][ÝËÝ[ÔYÑ^XÙH
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    ÌÍÚ[[K   ][ÝÉÌLÉ][ÝËLJJJ

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