I recently came across this little slightly annoying item, not end of world but the following might make more sense.
The CopyDateToStringMMDDYY command works great but I discovered that if you use it to add the resulting string to a file name when writing a file to say the MicroSD or elsewhere, the result is not you would be expecting. The “/” chr 47 is used to separate the days, months and years and as a file path, that doesn’t work to well…it creates folders instead.
I would suggest changing the “/” chr 47 to “-” chr 45 in the command and then it would not be necessary to add the following workaround:
Result = SetNthCharacter(45, DateString, 2);
Result = SetNthCharacter(45, DateString, 5);