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lostbit

I am running a simple script, I some how need to get the system time. I tried some of the

actions but I am doing something wrong, or its windows 7 getting in the way. If I open

a console (dos window) type time I get what I want. Any pointers how to get the time?

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LurchMan

I am running a simple script, I some how need to get the system time. I tried some of the

actions but I am doing something wrong, or its windows 7 getting in the way. If I open

a console (dos window) type time I get what I want. Any pointers how to get the time?

try this:

#include <date.au3>
$s12time = _NowTime(3);12 Hour Time
$s24time = _NowTime(5);24 Hour Time
ConsoleWrite("12 hour time: " & $s12time & " 24 Hour Time: " & $s24Time & @CRLF)
Edited by LurchMan

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lostbit

I am running a simple script, I some how need to get the system time. I tried some of the

actions but I am doing something wrong, or its windows 7 getting in the way. If I open

a console (dos window) type time I get what I want. Any pointers how to get the time?

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lostbit

I am running a simple script, I some how need to get the system time. I tried some of the

actions but I am doing something wrong, or its windows 7 getting in the way. If I open

a console (dos window) type time I get what I want. Any pointers how to get the time?

Thanks I got it to work (THANKS!)

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