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Hi! I'm new to autoit and need to get the short day of week (ie Mon, Tue, etc) for the previous day. Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance.

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Try this:

$Day = @WDAY
Switch $Day
 Case 1
  $Short = "Sun"
 Case 2
  $Short = "Mon"
 Case 3
  $Short = "Tues"
 Case 4
  $Short = "Wed"
 Case 5
  $Short = "Thurs"
 Case 6
  $Short = "Fri"
 Case 7
  $Short = "Sat"
EndSwitch

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Or you could try :

CODE
$short = YesterdayShortDayName()

Func YesterdayShortDayName()

Local $Days[7] = ["Sat", "Sun", "Mon", "Tue", "Wed", "Thu","Fri" ]

Return $Days[@WDAY-1]

EndFunc

if you need it in a function

Cheers

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