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    I have been trying to make an application that will allow useage of the application for 30 days, then self-disable. So far, I have only been able to read date$ or use Dir$ or Attrib commands to get file names. However, I desire the latest date onto which a file was last created or updated, because I don't want users to defeat my software anti-piracy components. Please let know my options. Thanks very much, Eric Meyer.

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    A couple of samples included in PB/DOS should be very useful to you; i don' t have my PC here so i' m not sure about the names however if i remember correctely they should be DOSUNIT.BAS and maybe DATEUNIT.BAS .

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    Davide Vecchi
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      It' s DIRUNIT.BAS .

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      Davide Vecchi
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