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    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 22 to 01 of the next morning = 3 hours (nighttime), total hours = 9 hours

    thanks for all

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    Re: function for to calculate night shift and hours currents

    Did you try to use Date data type variables?
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    Re: function for to calculate night shift and hours currents

    Quote Originally Posted by VictorN View Post
    Did you try to use Date data type variables?

    yes, but I do not know much about programming, I do not know how to do it

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    Re: function for to calculate night shift and hours currents

    Quote Originally Posted by juanfrasantos View Post
    yes, but I do not know much about programming, I do not know how to do it
    Then learn the programming!
    And search for the reliable sample code!
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    Re: function for to calculate night shift and hours currents

    i search but not find sample code about this, please help me, thanks

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    Re: function for to calculate night shift and hours currents

    Have a look at the DateAdd() and DateDiff() functions
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