TIME$


 [Features] To retrieve the current time.

 [Format] 

 [Explanation]

 [e.g.]
  print time$
  00:00:00



  TIMER


 [Features] To retrieve the timer from start.

 [Format] 

 [Explanation]

 [e.g.]
    10 timer=0
    20 for i=1 to 1000000
    30 next
    40 print timer


  DATE$


 [Features] To retrieve the current date.

 [Format] 

 [Explanation]

 [e.g.]
  print date$
  2017/01/01


  DAY


 [Features] To return the day of the week in specified date.

 [Format] DAY(["xxxx/xx/xx"])

 [Explanation]
    The return value(Number)
     1.Sunday 2.Monday 3.Tuesday 4.Wednesday 5.Thursday 6.Friday 7.Saturday
    If date is omitted, the present day of the week will be returned.

 [e.g.]
    10 d=day("2000/01/01")
    20 a$=trim$(mid$("Sunday   Monday   Tuesday  WednesdayThursday Friday   Saturday ",(d-1)*9+1,9))
    30 print a$
 (Result)
    Saturday
    OK



  PAUSE


 [Features] Execution is stopped only for n/1000 second.

 [Format] PAUSE n

 [Explanation]

 [e.g.]
    pause 2000


  ERR


 [Features] The error code which the error generated is held and returned.

 [Format] 

 [Explanation]

 [e.g.]



  ERL


 [Features] The line number which the error generated is held and returned.

 [Format] 

 [Explanation]

 [e.g.]



  FRE


 [Features] The free area of memory in the Android system is acquired.

 [Format] FRE(0)

 [Explanation]
    *It isn't a free area of BASIC.

 [e.g.]