Time and Date Identifiers
Returns the time and date in text format associated with the $ctime time value.
$asctime(793947600) returns the default text format for this time value
$asctime(hh:nn:ss) returns the current time in this format
$asctime(793947600,dd/mm/yy) returns the date for this time value
The identifiers $time(), $date(), and $gmt() can also be used with the format specification below.
The format parameter is optional, if it is not provided, a default format is used. The format can be a combination of the following items:
Note: You can specify both the N and format parameters, or only one or the other.
Returns total number of seconds elapsed since 00:00:00 GMT, January 1, 1970 based on your system time.
Returns the number of seconds elapsed since 00:00:00 GMT, January 1, 1970 based on the date that you specify.
$ctime(January 1 1970 00:00:00)
$ctime(3rd August 1987 3:46pm)
$ctime(Wed 1998-3-27 21:16)
Returns name of /timer that triggered the current script.
Returns the current date in day/month/year format.
For the date in US format you can use $adate.
Returns the name of the current day ie. Monday, Tuesday, etc.
Returns seconds offset if daylight savings is in effect, and 0 if not.
Returns the specified number of seconds in a week/day/hour/minute/second format.
The N parameter is optional. If N = 2, the result does not include the seconds value. If N = 3, the result is in hh:nn:ss format.
Note: This identifier can also take its own output and change it back into seconds.
Returns the current date in the format: Wed Jun 26 21:41:02 1996
Returns the current GMT time value in $ctime format.
Returns your current idle time (same time as that returned by a ctcp finger).
Returns the current time based on the logging timestamp format as defined in the logging dialog.
Returns the logging timestamp format as defined in the logging dialog.
Returns the number of the last timer that was started by the /timer command.
Returns the number of seconds elapsed in the Online Timer dialog.
Returns the number of ticks since your operating system was first started.
Returns the current time in hour:minute:second format.
Returns the timer id of the Nth timer in the timers list. You can also specify a timer name instead of a number. This identifier works in conjunction with the /timer command.
Properties: com, time, reps, delay, type, secs, mmt, anysc, wid, cid, hwnd, pause, name
$timer(0) returns the number of active timers
$timer(1) returns the timer id of the 1st timer in the list
$timer(1).com returns the command for the 1st timer in the list
$timer(3).type returns online/offline status for the 3rd timer in the list
$timer(3).secs returns number of seconds left before timer is triggered
$timer(3).mmt returns $true if timer is a multimedia timer
$timer(3).anysc returns $true if the /timer -i switch was specified
Note: The name property treats the specified parameter as a timer name (in case the name is a number) and returns the timer N position.
Returns the current time based on the event timestamp format as defined in the message dialog.
Returns the event timestamp format as defined in the message dialog.
This returns your current timezone setting in seconds.
Returns uptime in milliseconds for specified item.
N is optional, N = 1 returns same format as $duration(), N = 2 returns same format as $duration() but without seconds, and N = 3 returns seconds instead of milliseconds.