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  • wdepriest83
    I was wondering if anyone had examples of what the various time format options will output. %[time2]time_12hr_verbose% %[time2]time_12hr% %[time2]time_hms%
    Message 1 of 4 , May 22 11:10 AM
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      I was wondering if anyone had examples of what the various time format options will output.

      %[time2]time_12hr_verbose%
      %[time2]time_12hr%
      %[time2]time_hms%
      %[time2]time_date%
      %[time2]time_date_euro%
      %[time2]time_date_international%
      %[time2]time_date_international_hms%
      %[time2]time_year%
      %[time2]time_year_no_century%
      %[time2]time_month%
      %[time2]time_day%
      %[time2]time_12hr_hour%
      %[time2]time_24hr_hour%
      %[time2]time_minutes%
      %[time2]time_seconds%

      I'd like a simple HH:MM display, should I use %[time2]time_minutes% ?
    • John Liss
      [time2] time_12hr_verbose = Mon Aug 06 11:03:21 AM 2007 time_12hr = 11:03:21 AM time_hms = 11:03:21 time_date = 08/06/07 time_date_euro = 06.08.2007
      Message 2 of 4 , May 22 12:36 PM
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        [time2]
        time_12hr_verbose = "Mon Aug 06 11:03:21 AM 2007"
        time_12hr = "11:03:21 AM"
        time_hms = "11:03:21"
        time_date = "08/06/07"
        time_date_euro = "06.08.2007"
        time_date_international = "2007-08-06"
        time_date_international_hms = "2007-08-06 11:03:21"
        time_year = "2007"
        time_year_no_century = "07"
        time_month = "08"
        time_day = "06"
        time_12hr_hour = "11 AM"
        time_24hr_hour = "11"
        time_minutes = "03"
        time_seconds = "21"

        : ]

        -----Original Message-----
        From: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com [mailto:wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of wdepriest83
        Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:11 PM
        To: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Time Formats

        I was wondering if anyone had examples of what the various time format options will output.

        %[time2]time_12hr_verbose%
        %[time2]time_12hr%
        %[time2]time_hms%
        %[time2]time_date%
        %[time2]time_date_euro%
        %[time2]time_date_international%
        %[time2]time_date_international_hms%
        %[time2]time_year%
        %[time2]time_year_no_century%
        %[time2]time_month%
        %[time2]time_day%
        %[time2]time_12hr_hour%
        %[time2]time_24hr_hour%
        %[time2]time_minutes%
        %[time2]time_seconds%

        I'd like a simple HH:MM display, should I use %[time2]time_minutes% ?



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      • John Liss
        Sorry missed a few. [time2] time_UNIX_UTC = 1369252159 time_12hr_verbose = Wed May 22 01:49:19 PM 2013 time_12hr = 01:49:19 PM time_hms = 13:49:19
        Message 3 of 4 , May 22 12:53 PM
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          Sorry missed a few.

          [time2]
          time_UNIX_UTC = "1369252159"
          time_12hr_verbose = "Wed May 22 01:49:19 PM 2013"
          time_12hr = "01:49:19 PM"
          time_hms = "13:49:19"
          time_hm = "13:49"
          time_date = "05/22/13"
          time_date_euro = "22.05.2013"
          time_date_euro2 = "22/05/2013"
          time_date_international = "2013-05-22"
          time_date_international_hms = "2013-05-22 13:49:19"
          time_year = "2013"
          time_year_no_century = "13"
          time_month = "05"
          time_month_name = "May"
          time_month_name_abbreviated = "May"
          time_day = "22"
          time_day_name = "Wednesday"
          time_day_name_abbreviated = "Wed"
          time_12hr_hour = "01 PM"
          time_24hr_hour = "13"
          time_minutes = "49"
          time_seconds = "19"
          time_excel_format = "05/22/13 13:49:19"
          time_UTC = "Wed May 22 19:49:19 2013 UTC"
          time_UTC2 = "Wednesday 22-May-2013 19:49:19 UTC"
          time_UTC3 = "Wed 22-May-13 19:49:19 UTC"
          time_windows_locale_1 = "1:49:19 PM"
          time_windows_locale_2 = "01:49:19 PM"
          time_windows_locale_3 = "13:49:19"
          time_windows_locale_4 = "13:49:19"
          time_date_windows_locale_1 = "5/22/2013"
          time_date_windows_locale_2 = "5/22/13"
          time_date_windows_locale_3 = "05/22/13"
          time_date_windows_locale_4 = "05/22/2013"
          time_date_windows_locale_5 = "13/05/22"
          time_date_windows_locale_6 = "2013-05-22"
          time_date_windows_locale_7 = "22-May-13"
          time_date_windows_locale_8 = "Wednesday, May 22, 2013"
          time_date_windows_locale_9 = "May 22, 2013"
          time_date_windows_locale_10 = "Wednesday, 22 May, 2013"
          time_date_windows_locale_11 = "22 May, 2013"

          You can see all of them inside the currdat.lst file.

          Make sure you turn on the Extended Currentdat Setting in the wuhu-configuration.ini

          From the manual:
          http://www.lissproductions.org/wuhu_manual/the-wuhu-software-manual/the-wuhu-configuration-ini/

          Write Extended Currentdat Setting
          The optional configuration variable "Write Extended Currentdat" is a setting that allows you to enable the writing of extended information in the currdat.lst (daily lows and highs). This modification will have no effect if you are not writing the currdat.lst file or if the below key is not found in the WUHU configuration INI file.

          Add the following key to the [General Settings] of WUHU Configuration.INI file:

          Example of Configuration file:

          [General Settings]
          Write Extended Currentdat=1

          If no value is in the INI, the default value is 0 (off).

          It adds a lot of extra variables to the currdat.lst. Enables output of the [time2], [WUHU], [hourly_rates_of_change], etc... See the output of currdat.lst for full details.



          -----Original Message-----
          From: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com [mailto:wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of John Liss
          Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 1:36 PM
          To: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: RE: [wuhu_software_group] Time Formats

          [time2]
          time_12hr_verbose = "Mon Aug 06 11:03:21 AM 2007"
          time_12hr = "11:03:21 AM"
          time_hms = "11:03:21"
          time_date = "08/06/07"
          time_date_euro = "06.08.2007"
          time_date_international = "2007-08-06"
          time_date_international_hms = "2007-08-06 11:03:21"
          time_year = "2007"
          time_year_no_century = "07"
          time_month = "08"
          time_day = "06"
          time_12hr_hour = "11 AM"
          time_24hr_hour = "11"
          time_minutes = "03"
          time_seconds = "21"

          : ]

          -----Original Message-----
          From: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com [mailto:wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of wdepriest83
          Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:11 PM
          To: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Time Formats

          I was wondering if anyone had examples of what the various time format options will output.

          %[time2]time_12hr_verbose%
          %[time2]time_12hr%
          %[time2]time_hms%
          %[time2]time_date%
          %[time2]time_date_euro%
          %[time2]time_date_international%
          %[time2]time_date_international_hms%
          %[time2]time_year%
          %[time2]time_year_no_century%
          %[time2]time_month%
          %[time2]time_day%
          %[time2]time_12hr_hour%
          %[time2]time_24hr_hour%
          %[time2]time_minutes%
          %[time2]time_seconds%

          I'd like a simple HH:MM display, should I use %[time2]time_minutes% ?



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        • wdepriest83
          Thanks so much!
          Message 4 of 4 , May 22 12:56 PM
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            Thanks so much!

            --- In wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com, John Liss <john@...> wrote:
            >
            > Sorry missed a few.
            >
            > [time2]
            > time_UNIX_UTC = "1369252159"
            > time_12hr_verbose = "Wed May 22 01:49:19 PM 2013"
            > time_12hr = "01:49:19 PM"
            > time_hms = "13:49:19"
            > time_hm = "13:49"
            > time_date = "05/22/13"
            > time_date_euro = "22.05.2013"
            > time_date_euro2 = "22/05/2013"
            > time_date_international = "2013-05-22"
            > time_date_international_hms = "2013-05-22 13:49:19"
            > time_year = "2013"
            > time_year_no_century = "13"
            > time_month = "05"
            > time_month_name = "May"
            > time_month_name_abbreviated = "May"
            > time_day = "22"
            > time_day_name = "Wednesday"
            > time_day_name_abbreviated = "Wed"
            > time_12hr_hour = "01 PM"
            > time_24hr_hour = "13"
            > time_minutes = "49"
            > time_seconds = "19"
            > time_excel_format = "05/22/13 13:49:19"
            > time_UTC = "Wed May 22 19:49:19 2013 UTC"
            > time_UTC2 = "Wednesday 22-May-2013 19:49:19 UTC"
            > time_UTC3 = "Wed 22-May-13 19:49:19 UTC"
            > time_windows_locale_1 = "1:49:19 PM"
            > time_windows_locale_2 = "01:49:19 PM"
            > time_windows_locale_3 = "13:49:19"
            > time_windows_locale_4 = "13:49:19"
            > time_date_windows_locale_1 = "5/22/2013"
            > time_date_windows_locale_2 = "5/22/13"
            > time_date_windows_locale_3 = "05/22/13"
            > time_date_windows_locale_4 = "05/22/2013"
            > time_date_windows_locale_5 = "13/05/22"
            > time_date_windows_locale_6 = "2013-05-22"
            > time_date_windows_locale_7 = "22-May-13"
            > time_date_windows_locale_8 = "Wednesday, May 22, 2013"
            > time_date_windows_locale_9 = "May 22, 2013"
            > time_date_windows_locale_10 = "Wednesday, 22 May, 2013"
            > time_date_windows_locale_11 = "22 May, 2013"
            >
            > You can see all of them inside the currdat.lst file.
            >
            > Make sure you turn on the Extended Currentdat Setting in the wuhu-configuration.ini
            >
            > From the manual:
            > http://www.lissproductions.org/wuhu_manual/the-wuhu-software-manual/the-wuhu-configuration-ini/
            >
            > Write Extended Currentdat Setting
            > The optional configuration variable "Write Extended Currentdat" is a setting that allows you to enable the writing of extended information in the currdat.lst (daily lows and highs). This modification will have no effect if you are not writing the currdat.lst file or if the below key is not found in the WUHU configuration INI file.
            >
            > Add the following key to the [General Settings] of WUHU Configuration.INI file:
            >
            > Example of Configuration file:
            >
            > [General Settings]
            > Write Extended Currentdat=1
            >
            > If no value is in the INI, the default value is 0 (off).
            >
            > It adds a lot of extra variables to the currdat.lst. Enables output of the [time2], [WUHU], [hourly_rates_of_change], etc... See the output of currdat.lst for full details.
            >
            >
            >
            > -----Original Message-----
            > From: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com [mailto:wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of John Liss
            > Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 1:36 PM
            > To: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com
            > Subject: RE: [wuhu_software_group] Time Formats
            >
            > [time2]
            > time_12hr_verbose = "Mon Aug 06 11:03:21 AM 2007"
            > time_12hr = "11:03:21 AM"
            > time_hms = "11:03:21"
            > time_date = "08/06/07"
            > time_date_euro = "06.08.2007"
            > time_date_international = "2007-08-06"
            > time_date_international_hms = "2007-08-06 11:03:21"
            > time_year = "2007"
            > time_year_no_century = "07"
            > time_month = "08"
            > time_day = "06"
            > time_12hr_hour = "11 AM"
            > time_24hr_hour = "11"
            > time_minutes = "03"
            > time_seconds = "21"
            >
            > : ]
            >
            > -----Original Message-----
            > From: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com [mailto:wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of wdepriest83
            > Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:11 PM
            > To: wuhu_software_group@yahoogroups.com
            > Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Time Formats
            >
            > I was wondering if anyone had examples of what the various time format options will output.
            >
            > %[time2]time_12hr_verbose%
            > %[time2]time_12hr%
            > %[time2]time_hms%
            > %[time2]time_date%
            > %[time2]time_date_euro%
            > %[time2]time_date_international%
            > %[time2]time_date_international_hms%
            > %[time2]time_year%
            > %[time2]time_year_no_century%
            > %[time2]time_month%
            > %[time2]time_day%
            > %[time2]time_12hr_hour%
            > %[time2]time_24hr_hour%
            > %[time2]time_minutes%
            > %[time2]time_seconds%
            >
            > I'd like a simple HH:MM display, should I use %[time2]time_minutes% ?
            >
            >
            >
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