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to get the date just use
 
to get the date just use
 
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import Data.Time.Clock
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import Data.Time.Calendar
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date :: IO (Integer,Int,Int) -- :: (year,month,day)
 
date :: IO (Integer,Int,Int) -- :: (year,month,day)
 
date = getCurrentTime >>= return . toGregorian . utctDay
 
date = getCurrentTime >>= return . toGregorian . utctDay

Revision as of 13:53, 11 July 2007

to get the date just use

import Data.Time.Clock
import Data.Time.Calendar
 
date :: IO (Integer,Int,Int) -- :: (year,month,day)
date = getCurrentTime >>= return . toGregorian . utctDay