[1/4] from: mattsmac:hotma:il at: 14-Nov-2003 10:46
Stupid question, maybe: Are there any circumstances where to-date would return a string?? Because that's what's happening in my code and I can't figure out why info/date <------- string version of the date print type? to-date info/date <---------- returns string! Matt _________________________________________________________________ Concerned that messages may bounce because your Hotmail account is over limit? Get Hotmail Extra Storage! http://join.msn.com/?PAGE=features/es
[2/4] from: SunandaDH:aol at: 14-Nov-2003 11:50
> info/date <------- string version of the date > print type? to-date info/date <---------- returns string!
Sounds strange. One possibility ..... Could you have redefined to-date ? from-date: "last tuesday" to-date: "tomorrow" print type? to-date info/date ==string [value of info/date] You can check with source to-date Sunanda.
[3/4] from: greggirwin::mindspring::com at: 14-Nov-2003 11:01
Hi Matt, MM> Are there any circumstances where to-date would return a string?? I've never seen that happen. In addition to what Sunanda said, try using "to date!" in place of "to-date" and see what you get. -- Gregg
[4/4] from: antonr:iinet:au at: 15-Nov-2003 22:34
I haven't come across that. How is info built ? Anton.