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Old 31 March 2008, 05:41   #7
OddbOd
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DD-MMM-YY HH:MM:SS

Where month is the first three letters, four digit years can be used but this is not advisable because only the last two digits are recognised. The words yesterday, today and tomorrow are also acceptable. Time can be expressed in 24 Hour format or you can use a trailing A or P.

Year, Seconds and AM/PM are optional and you can set a date or a time or both at once as long as time string is unambiguous.

P.S. AmigaDOS comes with a command SETDATE which changes file dates/times, it's basically the equivalent of touch -c on *IX systems.

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