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Phaser

Lapsed hours

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Hi Guys

I would like to have a message popup stating how many hours have passed since last logon, I can store the old time in an ini then read it when next using the app, how do I queery the difference?

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Check out _DateDiff

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Hello Phaser,

Try:

_DateDiff() in the Date.au3 UDF

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_DateDiff shud do it


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

thanks guys, found this epoc thingy in the forum _datediff

_DateDiff( 's',"1970/01/01 00:00:00",_NowCalc())

just need my own vars in there, thanks again for the direction

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Phaser,

There is specific documentation in the Help File under the 'User Defined Functions Reference' in Date Management that would be very helpful in figuring out how to customize that function to your needs.

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