Re: write date in a new fortran file
- On Thursday, April 11, 2013 4:19:28 AM UTC-5, John Little wrote:
> > I am trying to insert date when opening a new fortran file, as shown below, >See also: http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Insert_current_date_or_time
> > which is wrong.
> :exe executes vim stuff, not system stuff. Maybe you want
> read !date
> if the date command's output is what you want; I would want to use a format, say
> read !date "+\%y-\%b-\%d \%T"
> I would prefer using the built in strftime, because it's simpler, and fits with the other puts:
> put=strftime('%d-%b-%y %T')
> Regards, John Little
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