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In the attached LV2009 snippet, I use the "%d%b%Y %H:%M" to format the TimeStamp into a date/time that looks like this:  03/Dec/2009 10:33.  Now what I want to do is receive a string (in that same format) and stuff it back into a TimeStamp.  How can I do this?
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Here is how I would do it

 

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mrbean wrote:
In the attached LV2009 snippet, I use the "%d%b%Y %H:%M" to format the TimeStamp into a date/time that looks like this:  03/Dec/2009 10:33. 

That's not the format your VI creates. In fact, your strings look like: "txtHDate1=22Oct2009 06:45". Is the text "txtHDate1=" part of the input string? I also don't see any slashes. 

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Correction

 

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My first example work witht the format that you are actually generating the second work with what you said you were generating.
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Thanks all for the extremely quick response.  That worked perfectly.
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whats the name of  the function used here ? i am having problem finding it. Could cou attach this vi as attachment ?

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It is scan from string

 

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It's the Format Into String function. It's in the String palette.

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great! thanxx

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