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FileCompressedDate Property

The date and time of the entry, as stored within the archive.

Syntax

tarcontrol.FileCompressedDate(FileIndex)[=long64]

Default Value

0

Remarks

The date and time of the entry, as stored within the archive.

FileCompressedDate contains the last modified date of the file, as stored within the archive (it does not generally correspond to when the file was compressed).

FileCompressedDate is returned in a platform-specific format. The Java,C++, and most other Editions will return the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, 00:00:00. This value may be passed directly to the java.util.Date constructor to create a java.util.Date object representing this date.

The .NET Edition will return the number of ticks, or 100-nanosecond intervals, since January 1, 0001, 00:00:00. This value may be passed directly to the System.DateTime constructor to create a System.DateTime object representing this date.

Reading the value of this property will return a meaningful value only after the archive has been successfully scanned or decompressed, and only if the values of ArchiveFile, Files collection, and FileCompressedName have not been changed since. If a meaningful value is not available this property will return a value of 0.

NOTE: This may be set accordingly when the FileInputStream property is set to a valid stream to input the data for the current file. If not set, the default, 0, is used. Otherwise the value is read from disk.

The size of the array is controlled by the FileCount property.

This property is not available at design time.

Data Type

Long64

 
 
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