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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default Ideas on the following:

    Since DateDiff only returns the difference between a single date argument (IE - days from days, years from years, etc), anyone know if there are any *undocumented* methods/secrets/whatever that calculates date differences down to hours and minutes?<BR><BR>IE - the difference between now and 7/2/02 12:00 PM is 0 days 22 hours 13 minutes (on my clock anyway)<BR><BR>I wrote a function for it already - couldnt find anything on MSDN, mostly wishful thinking, but indulge me for a sec ;)

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default It would be nice! :-)

    Wouldn&#039;t it? but I think the only way is to DATEDIFF seconds, and then work your way up to the days weeks months etc.!

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