The following functions are provided to obtain date and time information for the system date, according to local time.
- SysHour() returns the hour of day.
- SysMin() returns the minute of current hour.
- SysSec() Returns the second of current hour.
- SysDay() returns the day for the system date
- SysMonth() returns the month for the system date.
- SysWDay() returns the week day for the system date.
- SysYDay() returns the year day (1-365) for the system date.
- SysYear() returns the year for the system date.
- SysTime$() returns a local time and date in the format 'DDD MMM DNHH:MM:SS YYYY'
The previous functions return value accordingly to the following ranges:
- Seconds: 0 to 59
- Minutes: 0 to 59
- Hour: 0 to 23
- Day of month: 1 to 31
- Month of year: 1 to 12
- Day of week: 0 to 6, where Sunday = 0
- Day of year: 0 to 365.
- Year: since 1900.
Print "Today is "; SysTime$()
The output will look like this:
Today is Thu May 15 21:03:15 2014