Subtracting Time Over 24 Hours?

Mar 27, 2006

Any Help!

I have fields that are time formated 99/99/99" "00:00;0;_ and I want to subtract them.

I need to get the results in two forms; first in Days and second in Hours. I have used the obvious subtract one from the other and it gives me days in a rounded numbeer, but the hours is not working out.:confused:

DB

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