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BobbyG

Hey guys, am I blind? I can't seem to find a method for getting system time with Auto-IT. I have searched keywords on the forums and no luck. I found a nice script from a gentleman that made a binary clock but I can't figure out how he is determining the time within it.

Any pointers?

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LarryDalooza

MsgBox(4096,"",@hour & ":" & @min & ":" & @sec)


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PsaltyDS

Hey guys, am I blind? I can't seem to find a method for getting system time with Auto-IT. I have searched keywords on the forums and no luck. I found a nice script from a gentleman that made a binary clock but I can't figure out how he is determining the time within it.

Any pointers?

Help file: C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt3.chm

Macros: @HOUR, @MIN, @SEC

Functions: _Now*

... etc.

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BobbyG

Thanks guys

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