Javascript Counter/number generator question

Any reason why this script would be off by a month? It should be displaying 2 digit year "11" 2 digit month "10" then the current time. Looks like it's behind a month though.. Weird..  Example: N110904135925

var date_now = new Date ();
var dmon = ""
var dday = ""
var dyear = ""

<!-- hide from old browsers
  var curDateTime = new Date()
  var curHour = curDateTime.getHours()
  var curMin = curDateTime.getMinutes()
  var curSec = curDateTime.getSeconds()
  var curTime = 
    ((curHour < 10) ? "0" : "") + curHour + ((curMin < 10) ? "0" : "") + curMin + ((curSec < 10) ? "0" : "") + curSec 
//  alert(curTime)
//-->

displayMonth = date_now.getMonth()+1 + "-" + date_now.getDate() + "-" + date_now.getYear()+1

dmon = date_now.getMonth();
dday = date_now.getDate();
dyear = date_now.getFullYear() % 100; 


if (dday<=9) {
	dday="0"+dday	
}

if (dmon<=9) {
	dmon="0"+dmon	
}

displayDate = dyear + dmon + dday + curTime
displayMonth = date_now.getMonth()+1 + "-" + date_now.getDate() + "-" + ( date_now.getFullYear() % 100 ) 



function getCookie(NameOfCookie){
    if (document.cookie.length > 0) {              
    begin = document.cookie.indexOf(NameOfCookie+"=");       
    if (begin != -1) {           
      begin += NameOfCookie.length+1;       
      end = document.cookie.indexOf(";", begin);
      if (end == -1) end = document.cookie.length;
        return unescape(document.cookie.substring(begin, end));
    } 
  }
  return null;
}

function setCookie(NameOfCookie, value, expiredays) {
var ExpireDate = new Date ();
ExpireDate.setTime(ExpireDate.getTime() + (expiredays * 24 * 3600 * 1000));

  document.cookie = NameOfCookie + "=" + escape(value) + 
  ((expiredays == null) ? "" : "; expires=" + ExpireDate.toGMTString());
}

function delCookie (NameOfCookie) {
  if (getCookie(NameOfCookie)) {
    document.cookie = NameOfCookie + "=" +
    "; expires=Thu, 01-Jan-70 00:00:01 GMT";
  }
}
//alert(displayDate);
expireDate = new Date
expireDate.setMonth(expireDate.getMonth())

jcount = "N" + displayDate + " "//YOU CAN ADD OR REMOVE THE SPECIFIC AREAS AS NEEDED

//jcount = eval(cookieVal("theCounter"))
//jcount++
document.cookie = "theCounter="+jcount+";expires=" + expireDate.toGMTString()

function cookieVal(cookieName) {
thisCookie = document.cookie.split("; ")
for (i=0; i<thisCookie.length; i++){
	if (cookieName == thisCookie[i].split("=")[0]){
		return thisCookie[i].split("=")[1]
	}
}
return 0
}

function page_counter(){
for (i=0;i<(14-jcount.toString().length);i++)
document.write('<span class="counter">0</span>')
for (y=0;y<(jcount.toString().length);y++)
document.write('<span class="counter">'+jcount.toString().charAt(y)+'</span>')
}

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Kim WalkerWeb Programmer/TechnicianCommented:
January is month 0 (zero). So October is month 9 (nine).
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js1138Author Commented:
I kind of figured that. I guess where my question lies is what do I need to change to to align the months properly? Any suggestions?
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Kim WalkerWeb Programmer/TechnicianCommented:
What are you aligning them to? Please be specific.
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js1138Author Commented:
Basically, the number generated from the script breaks down like this:

Example: N110904135925

11=year
09=month
04=day
135925= military time hours, mins, seconds

This number was generated today and the month should reflect 10 (October) not 09  (September)
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Kim WalkerWeb Programmer/TechnicianCommented:
There are actually several dates generated by this script. In the displayMonth variable, you've wisely added 1 to the value returned by getMonth(). Which part of the script is returning the value you're talking about? I can't find any part of this script that would return a string that begins with the letter "N."
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js1138Author Commented:
Check out line 67...That generates the N plus displays the date information

At line 19 if you do a +1 there in manipulates the date as well   example: dmon = date_now.getMonth()+1;  

Just can't seem to get it to generate the current month..


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Kim WalkerWeb Programmer/TechnicianCommented:
Line 19 is dday. Have you tried your example above on line 18 (dmon = date_now.getMonth()+1;)? That should take care of the problem. If not, can you post a link to the page?
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