Time objects and ADO

Graham Breed graham at nospam.microtonal.co.uk
Sun May 6 22:25:00 CEST 2001

In article <CG1J6.231$Hw5.25353 at newsread2.prod.itd.earthlink.net>, 
notehead2 at hotmail.com (John) wrote:

> I need to be able to do two things:
>     1. Check to see if the ADO field is a time object
>     2. Convert the time object into a human readable string and put 

The first question seems to have been covered, but not the second.  I 
don't have the extensions installed here, so I can't check, but there's 
something like a Format() method for the time object.  It takes the same 
format strings as time.strftime().


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