These commands relate to time, whether time passing, current date/time retrieving/editing or getting the day of the week of a certain day.
“Returns a list with three elements, the first being the year, the second being the month, and...GetDate
“This returns the day of the week of a date in the given format. Sunday = 1 and Saturday = 7...DayOfWk(
“This returns the number of seconds it's been since the startTmr function gave the specified...CheckTmr(
“Returns the number of seconds since 00:00:00 1 January 1997. This can be used with checkTmr( to...StartTmr
“This returns 1 if the clock is running. Else it returns 0. This program turns the clock on if it...IsClockOn
“Turns the clock on. The clock has to be running for CheckTmr( and StartTmr to work. ClockOff...ClockOn
“Turns the clock off. ClockOn turns the clock on. This program will never end (barring an on...ClockOff