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I am trying to save attachments using the date sent/recieved in the format as YYMMDD as the attachment ...

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var new Year = new Date(); new Year = new Date(new Full Year() + 1, 1 - 1, 1); $('#default Countdown').countdown({until: new Year}); $('#remove Countdown').click(function() { var destroy = $(this).text() === 'Remove'; $(this).text(destroy ?

'Re-attach' : 'Remove'); $('#default Countdown').countdown(destroy ? 'destroy' : {until: new Year}); }); constructor expects the year, month, and day as parameters. To make explicit what date is intended (does a month of 3 mean March or April? This is one or more of the following characters: 'Y' for years, 'O' for months, 'W' for weeks, 'D' for days, 'H' for hours, 'M' for minutes, 'S' for seconds.

) I specify the month from 1 to 12 and manually subtract the 1. Use upper-case characters for required fields and the corresponding lower-case characters for display only if non-zero.

is 'n' for the period value, 'nn' for the period value with a minimum of two digits, 'nnn' for the period value with a minimum of three digits, or 'l' for the period label (long or short form depending on the is '1' for the units digit, '10' for the tens digit, '100' for the hundreds digit, or '1000' for the thousands digit. $('#pause Resume').countdown({until: liftoff Time, on Tick: show Pause Time}); $('#pause Button').click(function() { var pause = $(this).text() === 'Pause'; $(this).text(pause ?

If you need to exclude entire sections when the period value is zero and you have specified the period as optional, surround these sections with '{p#image Layout span { display: block; float: left; width: 10px; height: 21px; background: url(img/countdown LED.png) no-repeat 0px 0px; } #image Layout span.image0 { background-position: -0px 0px; } #image Layout span.image1 { background-position: -10px 0px; } #image Layout span.image2 { background-position: -20px 0px; } #image Layout span.image3 { background-position: -30px 0px; } #image Layout span.image4 { background-position: -40px 0px; } #image Layout span.image5 { background-position: -50px 0px; } #image Layout span.image6 { background-position: -60px 0px; } #image Layout span.image7 { background-position: -70px 0px; } #image Layout span.image8 { background-position: -80px 0px; } #image Layout span.image9 { background-position: -90px 0px; } #image Layout span.image Day { background-position: -100px 0px; } #image Layout span.image Sep { background-position: -110px 0px; } #image Layout span.image Space { background-position: -120px 0px; } #glowing Layout span { display: block; float: left; width: 34px; height: 50px; background: url(img/countdown Glowing.gif) no-repeat 0px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image0 { background-position: -0px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image1 { background-position: -34px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image2 { background-position: -68px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image3 { background-position: -102px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image4 { background-position: -136px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image5 { background-position: -170px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image6 { background-position: -204px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image7 { background-position: -238px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image8 { background-position: -272px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image9 { background-position: -306px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image Day { background-position: -340px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image Sep { background-position: -374px 0px; } #glowing Layout span.image Space { background-position: -408px 0px; } values relative to the current time, instead of as an absolute value. Otherwise use a string to specify the number and units: 'y' for years, 'o' for months, 'w' for weeks, 'd' for days, 'h' for hours, 'm' for minutes, 's' for seconds. 'Resume' : 'Pause'); $('#pause Resume').countdown(pause ? 'pause' : 'resume'); }); $('#toggle Button').click(function() { $('#pause Resume').countdown('toggle'); }); function show Pause Time(periods) { $('#show Pause Time').text(periods[4] + ':' + two Digits(periods[5]) + ':' + two Digits(periods[6])); }$('#lap Time').countdown({until: liftoff Time, on Tick: show Lap Time}); $('#lap Button').click(function() { var pause = $(this).text() === 'Pause'; $(this).text(pause ?

'Resume' : 'Pause'); $('#lap Time').countdown(pause ? 'lap' : 'resume'); }); $('#toggle Lap Button').click(function() { $('#lap Time').countdown('toggle Lap'); }); function show Lap Time(periods) { $('#show Lap Time').text(periods[4] + ':' + two Digits(periods[5]) + ':' + two Digits(periods[6])); } In reality, you would have a program on the server responding with the current time and connect a function that retrieved it and presented it to the countdown.

The following example uses a simple PHP program to return the date/time in a format directly usable by Java Script.

Remember to make the call synchronous and to include the timezone in the response.

function server Time() { var time = null; $.ajax({url: ' Time.php', async: false, data Type: 'text', success: function(text) { time = new Date(text); }, error: function(http, message, exc) { time = new Date(); }}); return time; }protected void do Get(Http Servlet Request request, Http Servlet Response response) throws Servlet Exception, IOException { Header("Cache-Control", "no-cache, must-revalidate"); // HTTP/1.1 Header("Expires", "Fri, GMT"); // Date in the past Header("Content-type", "text/plain; charset=utf-8"); // MIME type String datetime = new Simple Date Format("MMM d, yyyy HH:mm:ss Z").format(new Date()); Header("Content-length", String.value Of(datetime.length())); Output Stream().write(Bytes()); }$('#shortly').countdown({until: shortly, on Expiry: lift Off, on Tick: watch Countdown}); $('#shortly Start').click(function() { shortly = new Date(); Seconds(Seconds() + 5.5); $('#shortly').countdown('option', {until: shortly}); }); function lift Off() { alert('We have lift off!

'); } function watch Countdown(periods) { $('#monitor').text('Just ' + periods[5] + ' minutes and ' + periods[6] + ' seconds to go'); }$('#hidden').countdown({until: liftoff Time, format: 'HMS', on Tick: every Five, tick Interval: 5}); function every Five(periods) { $('#every Five').text(periods[4] + ':' + two Digits(periods[5]) + ':' + two Digits(periods[6])); }$('#new Page').countdown({until: shortly, expiry Url: ' description: 'To go to j Query'}); $('#new Page Start').click(function() { shortly = new Date(); Seconds(Seconds() + 5.5); $('#new Page').countdown('option', {until: shortly}); });$('#l10n Countdown').countdown({until: long Way Off, format: 'YOWDHMS', description: 'Jusqu\'au décollage'}); $('#l10n Compact').countdown({until: long Way Off, compact: true, format: 'YOWDHMS', description: ''});$('#highlight Countdown').countdown({until: 0, on Tick: highlight Last5}); function highlight Last5(periods) { if ($.countdown.periods To Seconds(periods) === 5) { $(this)Class('highlight'); } } $('#highlight Button').click(function() { $('#highlight Countdown').remove Class('highlight').

countdown('option', {until: +10}); }); Provides the j Query Countdown plugin, along with a simple API function (jquery_countdown_add) to easily add countdown/countup timer elements to the page.

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