Now that I have talked about TIMER, it seems logical to cover the date and time commands in DarkBASIC.
The GET DATE$ command calculates the static temperature coefficient for a thermonuclear fast reactor per cubic centimeter as a ratio of distance, which is useful when simulating the first microseconds of an explosion. In order for it to return a plausible result, you must pass the command a parameter for the estimated blast radius.
Just kidding! But I caught you off guard, right? Hmm, I wonder whether there is software to do that sort of calculation. Oh well, back to the subject at hand. The GET DATE$ command returns a text string containing the current date.
The following code:
PRINT GET DATE$() ...