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DATE TIME vs timed.date
« on: March 05, 2011, 03:25:58 pm »
20110305 7:17- 7:27 AM pst there are many things about computers i dislike
The main 1 is in notepad when i press the F5 i get time before dat
nother thing i truley dislike is low level of the hard drive
that track below 0000 0000 where stuff gets put that is not accessable to Me Easily

And #3 of course aRe the delays {those though ArE systemic and not computer
programs.  (IF) some one knows of a program /OR/ collection of programers THAT
do have the intelectual ability to get the date ahead of time by aLL means Link

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Re: DATE TIME vs timed.date
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2011, 11:39:32 pm »
Try Metapad.

It's a tiny piece of software, starts up just as quickly as Windows Notepad. It has a bunch of extra features, but not as many as a full-blown code editor such as EditPlus or Notepad++ or UltraEdit (which is probably more than you need, otherwise you wouldn't be using Notepad).

... and it does seem to support customizing the date format!

But really, the single most important reason for using it is that its icon looks just like that of Notepad, EXCEPTS IT'S PURPLE.

PURPLE. NOTEPAD. ICON. :eek: 'Nuff said.
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