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How to get the system time?

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Hello!

I would like to get the System Time, as I need to check the time, then start an application at the defined time, as listed on below:

1) Check the System time, $SysTime

2) if $SysTime=1300 then

run("c:\temp\test.exe")

endif

How to dow so?

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Check your @ macros in the help. @Hour, @Sec, @Min, @Mon, @Year, etc.

If @Hour = 13 Then
     ;whatever
EndIf

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Hello!

I would like to get the System Time, as I need to check the time, then start an application at the defined time, as listed on below:

1) Check the System time, $SysTime

2) if $SysTime=1300 then

run("c:\temp\test.exe")

endif

How to dow so?

In the help file, Macro Reference>>Time and Sate Macros

see

@Hour

@Min

@Sec


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