Returns or sets a String value representing the current time of day according to your system.
|Exception type||Error number||Condition|
Invalid format used to set value of TimeString.
See the "Error number" column if you are upgrading Visual Basic 6.0 applications that use unstructured error handling. (You can compare the error number against the.) However, when possible, you should consider replacing such error control with .
TimeString always returns the system time as "HH:mm:ss", which is a 24-hour format. This format is culture-invariant, which means it does not change even if you change the Regional Options in Control Panel.
To get or set the current system date as a String, use the.
To get the current system date or time in the format of your locale, or in a custom format, supply theto the , specifying either or . The following example demonstrates this.
MsgBox("The formatted time is " & Format(Now, "hh.mm.ss.fff tt"))
To access the current system time as a Date, use the.
Setting the system date or time requires unmanaged code permission, which might affect its execution in partial trust situations. For more information, seeand .
Assembly: Visual Basic Runtime Library (in Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll)
Because TimeString is a member of a module, rather than of a class, you do not need to create an object on which to access TimeString.