TIME+Displaying the Current Time
Displays the current time and allows you to reset the time.
PC-DOS 2.0+ (revised from 1.0; revised again in 3.3)
MS-DOS equivalent: TIME (2.0+; revised from 1.0)
.xx Hundredths of seconds
sets the time to 21:30:00:00 (9:30 p.m.).
returns the current time as indicated by the system clock and
prompts you for a new time. You can accept the current time by
Reenter the time in the correct format, with a colon (:) between
hours and minutes as well as between minutes and seconds. Use a
period (.) between seconds and hundredths of a second.
If you set the time incorrectly, use the TIME command a
second time and enter the current time.
In version 3.3 of PC-DOS, the TIME command also changes the
permanent clock, if the system has one.
[For related topics, press R]
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