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Testy

Hello,

I've written a script and I want to kill it's function with a simple date check once it's compiled. Does anyone have sample of a quick and dirty?

Thank you.

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GEOSoft

Hello,

I've written a script and I want to kill it's function with a simple date check once it's compiled. Does anyone have sample of a quick and dirty?

Thank you.

Do you mean something like what's in this search

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...lite=%2Bxprotec

XProtec works well.


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weaponx

Only allow script to run on a specific date:

If @MON <> 3 AND @MDAY <> 5 AND @YEAR <> 2008 Then Exit

Only allow script to run up to a certain date:

If @MON > 2 AND @MDAY > 4 AND @YEAR >= 2008 Then Exit

Edited by weaponx

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Testy

Only allow script to run on a specific date:

If @MON <> 3 AND @MDAY <> 5 AND @YEAR <> 2008 Then Exit

Only allow script to run up to a certain date:

If @MON > 2 AND @MDAY > 4 AND @YEAR >= 2008 Then Exit

WeaponX, That is simply sexy. =)

Thank you!

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