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Working with Dir and .TimeModified
Is it possible to have either Dir.TimeModified or Dir.TimeModified2 return a date in DateTime class rather than DATE class?

If not, is there any way to convert something in DATE class to string class?

If I could do the latter, I could work around the former.
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Dir d.dir("$qm$\qm.exe")
DateTime x

x=d.TimeModified ;;the function returns long in same format as DateTime
out x.ToStr

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