WHOAMI displays a long user id (LID) in the form
WHOAMI optionally returns various system properties including a short user id (SID), which only contains static information about the current system
programmers can easily create their own IDs or change the built-in formats, which may be a useful tag in source control
example of the short output (note: formatting will most likely be bad)
WHOAMIver: '18-Jun-2008 13:47:52'
runtime: '18-Jun-2008 14:02:09'
sid: '%us|USZ|ws-nos-36362|x86|Windows XP|22.214.171.1244.R2008a'
lid: [1x77 char]
osname: 'Windows XP'
>> help whoami
for further explanations of the self-explanatory snippet
It has handles leak.
but this is only a small part of WHOAMI's output/capabilities...
user = getenv('USER');
user = getenv('username');
Works great on my Windows system! Nicely done.
(Tested the original version.) Does not require a wintel system. I just tested it on my mac - runs fine.
an enhanced version was uploaded several days ago but, unfortunately, has not shown up yet... if you seriously consider using this snippet, please wait until this update is ready (there will be a screenshot)...
Works like a charm! As we are USed to...
dear D Slav
thank you for your catchy comments...
firstly, i did not say requires wintel systems, i simply said: tested on wintel systems - after all it's using java...
then, i'd be very interested to see those two lines you mention... very interested...
did you even look at/run the snippet...
Really poor!! and requires "wintel systems". User can get all this info with two lines of code of some extension, and without requirements!