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I made a small script to increase workers salary by 40% if they work for 12 H and 15% for 8H

any way i have problem converting to time

$Ttime = $time *60

$worktime = $Ttime*40 / 100

; if he worked for 12h    12*60 * 40 / 100 = 288

$Total = $Ttime - $worktime

; total will be  720 - 288 = 432   till now every thing is gr8 this what i want

; my problem is that 432 is [7h and 12 mins (7:12)]  i can't convert the total to time if u /60  it will give u 7.2
Edited by AngelTouch

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You should have paid more attention during your basic maths clases: :)

$iTotal_Mins = 432

$iHours = Int($iTotal_Mins / 60)

$iMins = 432 - ($iHours * 60)

MsgBox(0, "Result", $iHours & ":" & $iMins)


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Thanx for the fast replay and help

i know that 1 h = 60 mins i think my problem was

$iHours =


($iTotal_Mins / 60)

cause 432/60 = 7.2

it works perfectly now

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