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Default Add an hour to a date (solution)

I searched on the web for a solution to add a day to a date or to add an hour to a date, or to add a minute to a date, or add a month to a date, etc. in ASP.
The way to do it in ASP.NET is different e.g. System.DateTime.Now.AddMinutes( 2 ).
But in classic ASP I needed to use dateadd function and the now() function. I can now add an hour to the recent time.

func: dateadd(interval, number, date)

interval =
yyyy - Year
q - Quarter
m - Month
y - Day of year
d - Day
w - Weekday
ww - Week of year
h - Hour
n - Minute
s - Second

e.g. add an hour to time then..<code> dateadd("h",1,time) </code>

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Hi !

It's correct use dateadd() function


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