Check if systemtime has changed

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I want to check if the system time has added to 10minutes so I used this:

$sNewDate = _DateAdd('n', 15, _NowCalc())
$sNewDate2 = _DateAdd('n', 0, _NowCalc())

ConsoleWrite("current time now: " & $sNewDate2)
ConsoleWrite("time after 15minutes: " & $sNewDate)

this print me out

.... 2016/01/12 10:04:55 and

.... 2016/01/12 10:14:55 and

but how can I make a statement like if $sNewDate2 has + 15minutes so I can do something after the check.

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