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Date and Time Functions
OpenOffice.org Basic supports several Visual Basic compatible statements and functions to perform date and time calculations. The functions are
Date returns the current system date as a string and the function Time returns the current system time as a string. The other functions are not explained.
In the UNO/toolkit controls context there are two other functions. The date field control method com.sun.star.awt.XDateField:setDate() expects the date to be passed as a long value in a special ISO format and the com.sun.star.awt.XDateField:getDate() returns the date in this format.
The Basic runtime function
CDateToIso converts a date from the internal Basic date format to the required ISO date format. Since the string date format returned by the
Date function is converted to the internal Basic date format automatically,
Date can be used directly as an input parameter for
IsoDate = CDateToIso(Date) oTextField.setDate(IsoDate)
The runtime function
CDateFromIso represents the reverse operation and converts a date from the ISO date format to the internal Basic date format.
Dim aDate as date aDate = CDateFromIso(IsoDate)
Please see also Programming Dialogs and Dialog Controls in this context.
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