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tlokz

When creating a folder you can't have any spaces. Is there any work around?

This is my line:

Local $pathing = @ScriptDir & "\Archived_Logs\" & @MDAY & "-" & @MON & "-" & @YEAR & "\" & @HOUR & "-" & @MIN & "-" & @SEC & "\"

This is what I want it to be:

Local $pathing = @ScriptDir & "\Archived_Logs\" & _DateTimeFormat( _NowCalc(), 2) & "\" & _DateTimeFormat( _NowCalc(), 3) & "\"

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GoogleDude

Not sure what you mean!

the below code does (for me) create a folder name with spaces.

DirCreate("C:\Intel Inside")

Just my .02 cents

GoogleDude

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tlokz

Doesn't work!

Local $pathing = @ScriptDir & "\Archived_Logs\" & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(), 2) & "\" & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(), 3) & "\"
    DirCreate($pathing)

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Andreik

Local $pathing = @ScriptDir & "\Archived_Logs\" & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(), 2) & "\" & StringReplace(_DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(), 3),":",".") & "\"
    DirCreate($pathing)

Char ":" is not valid for folder name.


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SmOke_N

Doesn't work!

Local $pathing = @ScriptDir & "\Archived_Logs\" & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(), 2) & "\" & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(), 3) & "\"
    DirCreate($pathing)
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/177506

#include <Date.au3>

ConsoleWrite(@ScriptDir & "\Archived_Logs\" & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(), 2) & "\" & _DateTimeFormat(_NowCalc(), 3) & "\" & @CRLF)
See an issue? May look at StringReplace().

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tlokz

Thank you very much was wondering why... And just realized I'm a retard. Thanks guys and thanks for the tip string replace SmOke_N!

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