Convert Seconds To Minutes

I need to convert 300.876 to 5:00.876 in classic asp. Can anyone help?



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Convert Seconds To Hours:minutes:seconds

Hi all.If I've got a query which has a field with seconds in it... how will I usethe Convert function to get my field converted to the format: HH:MM:SS ?The field with the seconds in is called: "Diff"Thanks alotRudi

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Any ideas?

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URGENT PLZ
Regards
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