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i know that you can get the date in a string like 07/06/2007 etc, but is there a way to get the month (07) in one string and the day (06) in another and the year(2007) in another? [if not *string*, *int* would be perfectly fine- or even having it say 'august' or whatever is fine
thanks in advance
Sep 3 '07 #1
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Yes. Once you have the date in the form mm/dd/yyyy (e.g. 07/06/2004), you can use some simple string operations to separate the mm from the dd, and so forth. You just have to look up these string functions.
Sep 3 '07 #2
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Yes. Once you have the date in the form mm/dd/yyyy (e.g. 07/06/2004), you can use some simple string operations to separate the mm from the dd, and so forth. You just have to look up these string functions.
oh yeah- i didnt even think of that
thank you very much ganon
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