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[REBOL] Re: Newbie Q: System time?

From: sunandadh:aol at: 24-Jun-2002 16:30

>>> print now/time > time
Welcome to Rebol! That code all looks correct -- except the result is wrong. Have you accidentally redefined 'now as something else, eg: now: "time" Check by using the 'source command: source now An unaltered 'now has this source:
>> source now
now: native [ "Returns the current local date and time." /year "Returns the year only." /month "Returns the month only." /day "Returns the day of the month only." /time "Returns the time only." /zone "Returns the time zone offset from GMT only." /date "Returns date only." /weekday {Returns day of the week as integer (Monday is day 1).} /precise "Use nanosecond precision" ] Also, stop yourself accidentally redefining system words (if that is what you have done), by putting: protect-system in your user.r. And if it isn't that, I'm left puzzled, Sunanda.