One of the main things ASP is used for is handling date and time functions. Here are a list of function calls that help you show the current date and perform other date and time calculations.
Simple "What Date/Time Is It" Functions
This function simply returns to you the current date, according to your computer's system clock.
This function gives you the full date and time according to the web server.
Getting Parts of a Given Date
This function gives you the second value (0 to 59) of the current date/time.
This function gives you the minute (0 to 59) of a given date/time.
This function gives you the military time (0 to 23) a given date/time is.
This function lets you know what day (from 1 to 31) a given date is.
This function gives you a number (0 to 6) representing the current weekday.
This function gives you the month (1 to 12) of a given date/time.
This function gives you the year part of the date/time.
Getting the Name of a Date Part
This function gives you the name of the week.
This function returns the actual name of the month of a given date/time.
The DateAdd function helps you determine what 3 days from today are, or 2 weeks ago, or any other date difference from a starting date.
Looking to determine how much time has elapsed between two dates? This function will let you know.
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