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Old June 8th, 2004, 05:00 AM
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Default Help me How to calculate

For example : I have 2 textbox and one Timer control(Its interval=1000)
and I code it in timer Event
Textbox1.text=Time
and Textbox2.text="14:2:20"
When I click the button I want to it display the result
Textbox1-textbox2. But I get the Error
How can I get the correct result.
Thank for your help
In sort: How to calculate between the start time and the end time
(in Minute)


 
Old June 8th, 2004, 06:06 AM
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You cna use timevalue() function to convert this into time format and find the difference.

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see the documentation for the DateDiff function, like

diff = DateDiff(myFormat, text1.Text, text2.text)

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Quote:
quote:Originally posted by minhtri
Textbox1.text=Time
and Textbox2.text="14:2:20"
In order for this to work, both textboxes must contain datatype Date/Time. If you put

Me.TextBox1 = Now()

You cannot have Me.Textbox2 = "14:2:20" because the quotes " tell me that the value is type TEXT (a string), not Date/Time. Enter it as a real time value. Then use DateDiff("n", Me.TextBox1, Me.TextBox2) for minutes or DateDiff("s", Me.TextBox1, Me.TextBox2) for seconds to get a difference.


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With the DateDiff() function you may want to use the CDate() function on the value of the textbox. I haven't check it out but the text box is likely to always return a string regardless of what you enter.

DateDiff("s", CDate(Me.TextBox1.Text), CDate(Me.TextBox2.Text))

It may even be a good idea to do some validation prior to working with the date as in, IsDate(Me.TextBox1.Text) etc. to ensure that you have a valid date.

Just a thought.

Larry Asher





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