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  1. Re: function for to calculate night shift and hours currents

    i search but not find sample code about this, please help me, thanks
  2. Re: function for to calculate night shift and hours currents

    yes, but I do not know much about programming, I do not know how to do it
  3. function for to calculate night shift and hours currents

    Hi, I need a function that calculates the daytime and nighttime hours within a shift, for example 16 hour of entry to 01 hour of departure of de next day, from 16 to 22 = 6 hours (daytime), and from...
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    Re: help please shift schedule

    I would like to know how to transfer the data from the org_turnos table to the msflexgrid by means of a check loop the days of the week (msflexgrid columns) with the table data per weekly cycles...
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    Re: help please shift schedule

    They are not, do not do that, data coming from table name org_turnos, two record ID EMPLEADO-TURNO1,TURNO2 in each cell according to letterweekdayname: M or M1, en de column1 of msflexgrid the...
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    Re: help please shift schedule

    I want is to open the recordset of the table org_turnos and compare the registers L, M, X, J, V, S, D with the columns of the msflexgrid by weekly cycles, if they agree that it puts in the cell the...
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    Re: help please shift schedule

    yes, when text1 lostfocus then setup the msflexgrid with a calendar
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    help please shift schedule

    I need help, I have a table: ORG_TURNOS with the following fields: id, code, description, hentrada, hsalida, totalh and L, M, X, J, V, S, D (days of the week abbreviated type check), I would need to...
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