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Need to Get Date a File was Modified

Need to Get Date a File was Modified

Need to Get Date a File was Modified

(OP)
I need to get the date that certain files were last modified, the date that the folder would show. I have the complete path in a string variable. I need the date in any usable format (string, datetime, numberic (<g>), whatever).

How?

TIA

Shanachie

RE: Need to Get Date a File was Modified

try

if file(yourstring)
  = adir(gaDirAray,yourstring)
  filedate = gaDirAray(1,3)   
  ? filedate
endif

David W. Grewe
Dave@internationalbid.net

RE: Need to Get Date a File was Modified

Shanachie.....

The fdate() function returns the last modification date of a file. See MSDN help for more info.

Tom Gahagan
edrest@alltel.net

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