[Gambas-user] Date(Now) with time component under Ubuntu?
rwe-sse at osnanet.de
Tue Dec 4 11:23:20 CET 2018
To give you an idea of the problem, here is a code snippet from this
second application, it is in Form_Open:
t$ = Date(Now)
heute = String.Mid(t$, 4, 2) & "-" & String.Left(t$, 2) & "-" &
String.Mid(t$, 7, 4)
DerTag.Tag = Date(Now)
DerTag.Text = "heute, " & Wochentag(Date(Now)) & ", " &
Replace(heute, "-", ".")
Today (4th December)
- t$ becomes "12.03.2018 23:00:00"
- 'heute' of course becomes "12-03-2018"
Now it's curious:
- DerTag.Tag becomes "04.12.2018 00:00:00" i. e. day and hour +1 !!
And of course, it goes wrong here:
- DerTag.Text becomes "heute, Dienstag, 03.12.2018"
How to solve this mess???
Am 01.12.18 um 16:22 schrieb Rolf-Werner Eilert:
> Just found this strange thing:
> Up to now I was under Suse with KDE. In one of my programs, I use
> Date(Now) which - as the documentation says - delivers the date
> component only.
> It did so under Suse, but under Ubuntu Mate I get a runtime error, and
> when I search the reason for it I find that Date(Now) delivers a locale
> date + time of 00:00:00.
> I found a quick workaround in my program for it, but it's strange, isn't
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