From NSB App Studio
Hour returns a whole number ranging from 0 to 23 that represents the hour of day of a given time. The required parameter, time, can be any numeric or string expression, or any expression that represents a time.
Rem Hour Example 'Hour returns hour of day from a time Print "Hour of " & FormatDateTime(Now,4) & " is " & Hour(Now)
// Hour Example /* Hour returns hour of day from a time */ var dt = new Date(); NSB.Print("Hour of " + dt.toString() + " is " + dt.getHours());
The Hour of 8/18/1998 10:52:44 PM is 22 (sample date output is system dependant)