[Clip] Re: Date Math
- --- In email@example.com, melchior prisi <mprisi@s...> wrote:
> ----- on 05.06.2004 19:40 John Zeman wrote:5BSiteID%5Dsimtel.net%5BSiteID%5Dsimtel.net>
> > ; run timemath and send date parms to it
> > ; timemath output will be sent to a temp
> > ; file named: c:\timemath.txt
> > ^!DOS "C:\bin\TimeMath.exe" week-1 >c:\timemath.txt
> I guess, you could just:
> ^!set %results%=^$getdosoutput("C:\bin\TimeMath.exe" week-1")$
> .. so you wouldn't need a temp file.
> Another interesting command line tool
> for time calculations is Fdate91c
> Freeware from
>True enough melchior.
I have to admit that I run all my command line utilities from actual
command line scripts. I'd forgotten about ^$getdosoutput$ and how
NoteTab can import command line results.
By the way, when I went to the link you posted it returned a page not
> By the way, when I went to the link you posted it returned a pagenot
> found error.Never mind, it works now.
- Hi John
----- on 06.06.2004 01:23 John Zeman wrote:
> By the way, when I went to the link you posted it returned a page notHere is another Link that should work:
> found error.
fdate91c.zip is about in the middle down the page..
- I downloaded TimeMath but it only had the Timemath.exe and no help file.
Does anyone have the help file?
----- Original Message -----
From: "melchior prisi" <mprisi@...>
Sent: Saturday, June 05, 2004 7:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Clip] Re: Date Math
> Hi John
> ----- on 06.06.2004 01:23 John Zeman wrote:
> > By the way, when I went to the link you posted it returned a page not
> > found error.
> Here is another Link that should work:
> fdate91c.zip is about in the middle down the page..
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Roy Herring" <roynancy@e...> wrote:
> I downloaded TimeMath but it only had the Timemath.exe and no helpfile.
> Does anyone have the help file?Like many command line programs, the help is built into the program.
You can get it by going to a command prompt (a DOS prompt) in the
directory the timemath program is stored in, and typing one of the
To just see the help type:
To output the help to a text file:
Timemath /? > timemath.txt
Then press ENTER after either of the above lines.