Coutdown witch depends on date (like trial sw)

I would like to do same kind of thing, which is
on trial software (you have 30 days time to try it,
and the number is getting smaller every day you use it).
How do I do it? I have looked into date/time things, but
I have no idea how to do it! :( :( Gimme some help!

My english ain't so good and I'm very beginner in Delphi 2.

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icampbe1Commented:
The first time the program is run, you call 'now'.  This returns the current date and time.  This you must save somewhere (thats up to you) in a TDateTime var.

VAR
   SaveDate: TDateTime;
BEGIN
   SaveDate := Now;  {Save this in a file or something}
END;

 When the program is next run, you retrieve the saved date back into SaveDate.  Then you can do this:

VAR
  DaysInUse: Integer;

DaysInUse := (Now - SaveDate) ;

This is a simple example of how you can do it.

Cheers,
Ian C.

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