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finding the timestamp

Posted by priyadharshini (priyadharshini), 12 May 2008
hi,

      using tcl I need to create text file to store the output of a script. The text file's name should be the timestamp value of when the script has started to run.
Is there any command to get the timestamp value in tcl?

Thank you,

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 12 May 2008
clock seconds

Posted by chirag1184 (chirag1184), 29 May 2008
try

set timestamp [timestamp -format "%m-%d-%Y:%H:%M:%S"]
this shall give you the time stamp, then set the scriptname with this time name and create where ever you want.



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