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I have a path in a string, “C:\temp\mybackup.zip” I would like insert a timestamp in that script, for example, “C:\temp\mybackup 2009-12-23.zip” Is there an easy way to do this in PowerShell?
VBA and Timer doesn’t go well
select clause is one of the last parts of a query evaluated, so the aliases and derived columns are not available. (Except to
order by, which logically happens last.)
Using a derived table is away around this:
select * from (SELECT a, b, a+b as TOTAL FROM ( select 7 as a, 8 as b FROM DUAL UNION ALL select 8 as a, 8 as b FROM DUAL UNION ALL select 0 as a, 0 as b FROM DUAL) ) WHERE TOTAL <> 0 ;
Returns a Variant (Date) containing a date to which a specified time interval has been added.
Source: DateAdd Function – Access