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Old September 30th, 2004, 04:08 AM
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Default Math problem... help please!

Hello guyz...

After a sum function I have the following results.

years = 5
months = 33

Of course the logical function is:
months = 33 -> (24) + 9 = 9
years = 5 + (2) = 7

So, I have to divide months with number <12> but I don`t know how to keep the interger part of the result without "round-ing" and how to get the rest of the division.

I hope that I`m understood! :)

                        Vagelis!
 
Old September 30th, 2004, 04:22 AM
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OK. I found the solution!
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years = 5
months = 33
i_months = months \ 12
years = years + i_months
j_months = i_months * 12
months = months - j_months
response.write "<td>Years: "&years&" AND months "&months&"</td>"
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Once again I feel so stupid that I couldn`t find this solution with my first try! :(
 
Old September 30th, 2004, 05:17 AM
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Hi Vagelis,

I know you've solved the problem, but this may be of use for the future...
Code:
years = 5
months = 33
years = years + months \ 12
months = months Mod 12
response.write "<td>Years: " & years & " AND months " & months & "</td>"
HTH,

Chris






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