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Compare two dates

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How can I compare two dates from the FileDateTime() function? I want to see which file is older.
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Question by:liljegren
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by:liljegren
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Naturally, I don't want the program to crasch on a computer with another regional date setting. :-)
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Use the DateDiff function. It will return the interval between the two dates.
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by:deighton
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use CDbl to change the results of FileDateTime and store in double variables.  Compare the values - the higher the value the later the date.
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