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  1. Description os.date - Returns the date and time as a string or table. The first argument takes the format, the second argument takes the time in seconds. If you omit the 2nd argument, the function will return the current date and time. If the function is called without arguments, it will return the current date / time as 24/06/17 15:13:58. Syntax Snap to window: no. Working with a minimized window: yes. All parameters are enclosed in parentheses and separated by commas. os.date ([format [, time]]) Where: format is an optional parameter. Enclosed in quotation marks (for example: os.date ("% X")). If the format is "* t", it returns a table: year (year, four digits) month (month, 1 - 12) day (day, 1 - 31) hour (hour, 0 - 23) min (minutes, 0 - 59) sec (seconds, 0 - 61) wday (day of the week, Sunday equals 1) yday (day of the year) isdst (daytime flag, boolean type). If the format is not equal to "* t", then the function returns the date as a string. The format can be given: % a - day of the week, abbreviated English. % A - day of the week, fully English. % b - month, abbreviated English. % B - month, fully English. % c - date and time (by default) in the format: 24/06/17 15:13:58) % d - day of the month % H - hour, in 24-hour format % I - hour, in 12 hour format % M - minute % m - month % p - time of day "am" or "pm" % S - second % w - day of the week (0 - 6 corresponds to Sunday-Saturday) % x - date in the format: 24/06/17 % X - time in the format: 15:13:58 % Y - year (4 digits) % y - year, (2 digits) %% - symbol "%" * t - will return the table ! * t - will return the table (GMT) time is an optional parameter. If not specified, the function will return the current time. Examples of --lua log ("clear") log ("mode compact") local date_time = os.date () - assign date and time to a variable log (date_time) - output to the log --lua log ("clear") log ("mode compact") local arr = os.date ("* t") log ("Year:" .. arr.year) log ("Month:" .. arr.month) log ("Day:" .. arr.day) log ("Hour:" .. arr.hour) log ("Minutes:" .. arr.min) log ("Seconds:" .. arr.sec) log ("Day of the week:" .. arr.wday) log ("Day of the year:" .. arr.yday) --lua log (os.date ("% X")) - log the current time log (os.date ("% B")) - month log (os.date ("% H")) - hour log (os.date ("% H:% M")) - hour and minutes --lua - the function returns the data type string, this must be taken into account when comparing if os.date ("% H") == "12" then - compare as string log ("It is 12 o'clock") else log ("It is not 12 o'clock") end if tonumber (os.date ("% H")) == 12 then - compare as a number log ("It is 12 o'clock") else log ("It is not 12 o'clock") end --lua - find out the day of the week log (os.date ("% A", os.time ({year = 2017, month = 06, day = 25}))) --lua log (os.date ("% d.% m.% Y")) - current date --lua log (os.date ("It is now% H hours% M minutes% S seconds"))
  2. Version 1.0.0

    526 downloads

    This file contains the window code in which you will need to enter a specific password. The file is not encrypted, you can change it for yourself and insert it into your script
  3. Version 3.3.0

    12,875 downloads

    Version: 3.2.0 Code Script: Laysen Functions: PublicHax (i) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This project have scripts for games: Dude Theft Wars 0.9.0.2 Hide Online 4.6.0 Bhop Pro 1.9.0~1.9.4 1v1.LOL Zombie Catchers Critical Ops Modern Combat 5 Rules Of Survival Last Day On Earth: Survival MaskGun Day R Survival Among Us Kuboom
  4. Release God knows when (on PublicHax's wall). We will try to make such functions as 'Unlocking skins for a character (only for arm32)', 'Hacking for supplies', 'Invisible nickname' and 'Removing wall and ceiling collisions for passing (for fun)'.
  5. View File (14 Games) ScriptTrust Version: 3.2.0 Code Script: Laysen Functions: PublicHax (i) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This project have scripts for games: Dude Theft Wars 0.9.0.2 Hide Online 4.6.0 Bhop Pro 1.9.0~1.9.4 1v1.LOL Zombie Catchers Critical Ops Modern Combat 5 Rules Of Survival Last Day On Earth: Survival MaskGun Day R Survival Among Us Kuboom Submitter PublicHax Submitted 01/30/2021 Category LUA scripts  
  6. View File Password For Scripts This file contains the window code in which you will need to enter a specific password. The file is not encrypted, you can change it for yourself and insert it into your script Submitter PublicHax Submitted 04/17/2021 Category Templates  
  7. Surely you know such a professional guide and script maker as the beloved PublicHax. This is me. On my last profile, we went through a lot, because I was the one who raised the newbies from the bottom. When they bought me new devices, the fun began: firstly, I forgot my account password, and secondly, I lost access to the mail of my best assistant, to which my account was linked. Hope you get to know me...
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