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4. Use of Function

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6. If and Else Statement

7. Predefined Object (Date)

8. Cut & Paste JavaScript

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Pre-defined Object (Date)

DATE:a predefined object:
getYear(): returns year
getmonth(): returns month(start from 0)
getDate(); returns day of the month
getDay(): returns day of the week
getHours(): returns hour(starts from 0)
getMinutes(): returns minutes
getseconds(): returns seconds
getTime(): returns complete time

Example of getting current date
<script language="JavaScript">
<!-- Hide from older browser
document.write("Today's date is:"+Date())
//-->
</script>
The above code will give you current date and time in its predifined style. Click on EXAMPLE to view.


But if you want the current date and time in your own style here is the example.
<script language="JavaScript">
<!-- Hide from older browser
var x= new Date()
var y= x.getYear()
var m= x.getMonth()+1  // added +1 because javascript counts month from 0
var d= x.getDate()
var h= x.getHours()
var mi= x.getMinutes()
var s= x.getSeconds()
document.write("Today's date is: ")
document.write(m+'/'+d+'/'+y+'  '+h+'.'+mi+'.'+s)
//-->
</script>




This is the example of a CLOCK

<TABLE BORDER=1 BGCOLOR=LIGHTGREEN>
<TH>JavaScript's CLOCK </TH><TR><TD>
<FORM NAME="NCT3">
<INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME="time" SIZE=25 >
</FORM>
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
<!-- Hide from older browser
function myClock(){
myTime = new Date();
document.NCT3.time.value = " "+myTime;
document.NCT3.time.blur();
setTimeout("myClock()", 1000);
}
myClock();
//-->
</SCRIPT>
</TD></TR>
</TABLE>


JavaScript's CLOCK


For Ready Made JavaScripts

Cut & Paste JavaScript

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