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Re: Adding Time in LiveCycle (FormCalc) - Adobe LiveCycle 18-11-2016
HiI can't help you but wondered if you can help me as you say you have part of a script that works. All I need is the time difference between a start time and a finish time (ideally one that works overnight)So start is 09:00 and finish is 16:00 the script gives answer 7:00 - if your script can do that could you share it with me?Marc

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Adding Time in LiveCycle (FormCalc) - Adobe LiveCycle 21-01-2016
Hello,Hoping that someone can help me with FormCalc code. I am a novice at LiveCycle and by no means a programmer. I am currently working on a form where several sets of START and END times (24hr clock) are entered - sometimes more than 10 sets. The form is then supposed to calculate the difference between each set of times then give a total time.E.g.START1: 14:00END1: 14:30TOTAL1: 0:30 START2: 14:45END2: 15:35TOTAL2: 0:50START3: 15:40END3: 15:55TOTAL3: 0:35 TOTAL TIME: 01:55START14:0014:4515:40...

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Re: FormCalc Newbie, Time Difference Equation - Adobe LiveCycle 26-01-2016
Hi,Im not sure if you still need assistance, but the following worked for me. I found it in an earlier thred and tweaked it a bit. Im also not very familiar with code but I hope it works for you. var TimeCountvar OneMinute = 1/60var StartTime=Time2Num(Row3.Start1.formattedValue,"HH:MM")var EndTime=Time2Num(Row4.End1.formattedValue,"HH:MM")if (StartTime ne null and EndTime ne null) then //if start time is lower than end time. if (Time2Num(Row3.Start1.formattedValue, "HH:MM") < Time2Num(Row4.End1....

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