[Gambas-user] Date(Now) with time component under Ubuntu?
bagonergi at gmail.com
Mon Dec 10 12:22:22 CET 2018
Il giorno lun 10 dic 2018 alle ore 11:36 Rolf-Werner Eilert <
rwe-sse at osnanet.de> ha scritto:
> Am 06.12.18 um 22:48 schrieb Benoît Minisini:
> > Le 06/12/2018 à 18:59, Gianluigi a écrit :
> >> You nust not have to mix the functions that locate (Date, Str, Val)
> >> with those that do not locate (CDate, CString).
> >> "Date" takes away the time part.
> > Or, if it's clearer for you Rolf, Date() moves the date to midnight in
> > your timezone.
> Yes, that means the time part remains in the string and is not cut away
> - as the help text suggests and as it used to be before.
> Though I would consider this to be logical:
> Day(Now) = only the calendar day (as integer)
> Year(Now) = only the year (as integer)
> Date(Now) = only the date part
> Time(Now) = only the time part
> But anyway, I've adapted my program to it, so there's no more problem
> right now. I'd only suggest someone adapts the help text to avoid
With the dates it's easy to get confused, I think everyone happens, it
happens to me often.
It is important to remember that when we use Print, Debug but I also think
of the Text property, Gambas creates a local conversion of type string
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