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it depends what format your date-time is currently in but I just find it hard work to start messing about with $piece etc, I use the FOLLOWS command " ] "

 

USER>set date1=$zdth("01/02/2016 10:00")
 
USER>set date2=$zdth("01/02/2016 20:00")

USER>zwrite date1,date2
date1="63919,36000"
date2="63919,72000"
 
USER>write date1]date2
0
USER>write date2]date1
1
USER>

it works  in external format as well

USER>s date1="2016-02-01 10:00"
 
USER>s date2="2016-02-01 20:00"
 
USER>w date1]date2
0
USER>w date2]date1
1

kevin

does cache have to be the unicode version or can we use nodeJS with "standard cache" (I'm using nodejS 4.2.1 in a windows environment with 2016.1 cache)

the reason I ask, I have installed the nodeJS (64bit) and it's fully working with the unicode version of cache (I read that I should be using unicode somewhere) but when I try to copy the same setup into 32bit windows environment (NON unicode) making sure I have the 32bit nodeJS, it won't connect,

Been through loads of things, but its only unicode/non-unicode that seems to be different