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  Help Page - getSN

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Function getSN Purpose Gets the serial number of current installation. Return Type string Syntax getSN() Arguments None. Return Value A string value representing serial number. 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 has the serial number of the installation on which this command was executed. Restrictions None. Valid Examples echo getSN() Will print the serial number on screen. echo getSN() > mySN.txt Will print the serial number to file mySN.txt. Invalid Examples echo getSN 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 getSN() See Also getLN getcomputer gettime

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