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Variables

$DATE$ - The date in the format set on the computer. Example: 29/04/04

 

$TIME$ - The time in the format set on the computer. Example: 13:12:02

 

$DATETIME$ - The date and time in the format set on the computer. Example: 29/04/04 13:12:02

 

$DATESTRIP$ - The date in the format set on the computer, but only digits. Example: 290404

 

$TIMESTRIP$ - The time in the format set on the computer, but only digits. Example: 131202

 

$DATETIMESTRIP$ - The date and time in the format set on the computer, but only digits. Example: 290404 131202

 

$DATECLEAN$ - The date in the format set on the computer, but only characters that can be used in a filename. Example: 29-04-04

 

$TIMECLEAN$ - The time in the format set on the computer, but only characters that can be used in a filename. Example: 13-12-02

 

$DATETIMECLEAN$ - The date and time in the format set on the computer, but only characters that can be used in a filename. Example: 29-04-04 13-12-02

 

$PORTNAME$ - the name of the serial port. Example: COM1

 

$DATEA$ - the abbreviation for the current day of the week

 

$DATEAA$ - the full name of the current day of the week

 

$DATEB$ - the abbreviation for the current month

 

$DATEBB$ - the full name for the current month

 

$DATED$ - the number of the current day (01$ - 31).

 

$DATEJ$ - the number of the current day in the year (001$ - 366).

 

$DATEM$ - the number of the current month (01$ - 12).

 

$DATEU$ - the number of the current week in the year, where Sunday is the first day of the week (00$ - 53).

 

$DATEW$ - the number of the current day of the week, (0$ - 6; Sunday = 0).

 

$DATEWW$ - the number of the current week in the year according to the ISO standard, where Monday is the first day of the week (00$ - 53).

 

$DATEY$ - the current year, the last two digits as a number (00$ - 99).

 

$DATEYY$ - the current year in full.

 

$TIMEH$ - The current hour in the 24-hour (ISO) format (00$ - 23).

 

$TIMEI$ - The current hour in the 12-hour format (01$ - 12).

 

$TIMEM$ - The current minute (00$ - 59).

 

$TIMEP$ - the pm/am indicator for the 12-hour format

 

$TIMES$ - the current second (00$ - 59).

 

$RECVONO$ - the number of the received program with a prefix. Example: O12

 

$RECVONO4$ - the 4-digit number of the received program with a prefix. Example: O0012

 

$RECVONO6$ - the 6-digit number of the received program with a prefix. Example: O000012

 

$RECVONO8$ - the 8-digit number of the received program with a prefix. Example: O00000012

 

$ORGPATH$ - the filename sent or received last and its path. Example: C:\MILL\Mould.nc

 

$ORGNAME$ - the filename sent or received last. Example:: Mould.nc

 

$ORGNAMENOEXT$ - the filename sent or received last without its extenstion. Example:: Mould

 

$ORGEXT$ - the extension of the file name sent or received last. Example:: nc

 

$ORGDIR$ - the path of the file that was sent or received last. Example:: C:\MILL

 

Report variables

 

$RECVPRGNAME$ - the name (number) of the program received last. Example: 5643

 

$RECVFILESIZE$ - the size in bytes of the program file received last. Example: 604

 

$RECVFILENAME$ - the full name of the program file on the disk received last. Example: TEST.NC

 

$RECVDIRNAME$ - the name of the folder where the program file received last was saved. Example: C:\MILL\

 

$RECVPATH$ - the full name of the program file received last and its path. Example: C:\MILL\TEST.NC

 

$RECVERRTEXT$ - a brief description in the English language of the error that occurred while receiving the last file. Example: File not found.

 

$RECVBYTES$ - the amount of the received bytes

 

$RECVLINES$ - the amount of the received lines

 

$RECVERRORS$ - the amount or errors that occurred during the process of receiving

 

$RECVLPS$ - data receiving rate (lines per second)

 

$RECVCPS$ - data receiving rate (characters per second)


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