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  • Example 1: Retrieving the different dates and times associated with a file
  • Example 2: Modifying the creation date of a file
  • Example 1: Retrieving the different dates and times associated with a file
  • Example 2: Modifying the date and time of file creation
fDateTime (Example)
Example 1: Retrieving the different dates and times associated with a file
WINDEVWEBDEV - Server codeReports and QueriesPHPAjaxUser code (UMC) The following code is used to find out the different dates and times associated with a file.
// Declare the variables
ResDateTimeCreation is string
ResDateTimeModification is string
ResDateTimeAccess is string
FilePath is string
// Select a file
FilePath = "C:\MyDirectories\File.txt"
// Retrieve the different dates associated with a file
ResDateTimeCreation = fDateTime(FilePath, "", fCreation)
ResDateTimeModification = fDateTime(FilePath, "", fModification)
ResDateTimeAccess fDateTime(FilePath, "", fAccess)
IF ResDateTimeCreation <> "" AND ResDateTimeModification <> "" AND ResDateTimeAccess <> "" THEN
// Display the different dates and times associated with a file
Info("The creation date and time are: " + ResDateTimeCreation + CR + ...
"The modification date and time are: " + ResDateTimeModification + CR + ...
"The access date and time are: "+ ResDateTimeAccess)
ELSE
// Display an error message if the retrieval was not performed
Error(ErrorInfo(errMessage))
END
Example 2: Modifying the creation date of a file
WINDEVWEBDEV - Server codeReports and QueriesPHPAjaxUser code (UMC) The following code is used to modify the creation date of a file by the system date of the computer.
// Declare the variables
ResDateTimeCreation is string
ResDateTimeSystem is string
FileTimePath is string
// Select a file
FilePath = "C:\MyDirectories\File.txt"
// Retrieve the system date and time
ResDateTimeSystem = DateSys() + TimeSys()
// Modify the creation date of the selected file
ResDateTimeCreation = fDateTime(FilePath, ResDateTimeSystem, fCreation)
IF ResDateTimeCreation <> "" THEN
// Display the creation date
Info("The creation date and time are now: " + ResDateTimeCreation)
ELSE
// Display an error message if the retrieval was not performed
Error(ErrorInfo(errMessage))
END
Example 1: Retrieving the different dates and times associated with a file
Windows Mobile The following code is used to find out the different dates and times associated with a file.
// Declare the variables
ResDateTimeCreation is string
ResDateTimeModification is string
ResDateTimeAccess is string
FilePath is string = "\My Files\File.TXT"
// Retrieve the different dates associated with a file
ResDateTimeCreation = fDate(FilePath, "", fCreation)
ResDateTimeModification = fDate(FilePath, "", fModification)
ResDateTimeAccess fDate(FilePath, "", fAccess)
IF ResDateTimeCreation <> "" AND ResDateTimeModification <> "" AND ResDateTimeAccess <> "" THEN
// Display the different dates and times associated with a file
Info("The creation date and time are: " + ResDateTimeCreation + CR + ...
"The modification date and time are: " + ResDateTimeModification + CR + ...
"The access date and time are: " + ResDateTimeAccess)
ELSE
// Display an error message if the retrieval was not performed
Error(ErrorInfo(errMessage))
END
Example 2: Modifying the date and time of file creation
Windows Mobile The following code is used to modify the date and time of file creation by the system date of the computer.
// Declare the variables
ResDateTimeCreation is string
ResDateTimeSystem is string
FilePath is string = "\My Files\File.TXT"
// Retrieve the system date and time
ResDateTimeSystem = DateSys() + TimeSys()
// Modify the creation date and time of the selected file
ResDateTimeCreation = fDateTime(FilePath, ResDateTimeSystem, fCreation)
IF ResDateTimeCreation <> "" THEN
// Display the creation date and time
Info("The creation date and time are now: " + ResDateTimeCreation)
ELSE
// Display an error message if the retrieval was not performed
Error(ErrorInfo(errMessage))
END
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  • Version 10
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