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  Help Page - getLN

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Function getLN Purpose Gets the license number and other license information for current installation. Return Type string Syntax getLN() Arguments None. Return Value A string value representing license and other license information. Stream Input Streams apply to commands and not to functions. Stream Output Streams apply to commands and not to functions. Stream Error Streams apply to commands and not to functions, although any errors will be written here. Description The returned string contains the following values, in the following order. License Number License Type License Start Time License End Time These values are separated by tabs. The license start and end times are in yyyymmddHHMMss format. See the help page for gettime for more details on the time format. If a license has not been applied to the current installation, or if the current installation is running under Free Trial, the returned string is empty. Restrictions None. Valid Examples echo getLN() Will return an output of following form. ACADEMIC109871 Single Computer 20120101000001 20121231235959 This indicates that the license number is ACADEMIC109871, it is a single computer license, and it is valid from January 1, 2012, 00:00:01 (AM) to December 31, 2012, 23:59:59 (PM). wex "l" getLN() will return the last word (note, in double quotes is the lower case letter Ell-l) which is the license end time. A more sophisticated command such as echo difftime( time1( { wex "l" getLN() } ) ) will return a time difference string of form 160120818, indicating that there are 160 days, 12 hours, 08 minutes and 18 seconds until the license end time. Invalid Examples echo getLN Will produce error. Function calls must have parentheses, even if there are no input arguments. In case there are no input arguments, use (), as follows. echo getLN() See Also getSN getcomputer gettime wex difftime

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