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VBScript FAQ


how do I format a date the way I want it by onpnt
Posted: 26 Jun 02

Dates can be the easiest thing to format.  Although it being a very common question.  This is simple woving the month and year to different postions.  When you want a / for seperation replace the comma within the quotes.
DateToday = MonthName(Month(date())) &  ", " &  Day(Date()) & ", " & Year(Date())
alert DateToday 'returns mm, dd, yyyy
DateToday = Year(Date()) & ", " & MonthName(Month(date())) & ", " & Day(Date())
alert DateToday     'returns yyyy,mm,dd
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