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Challenge #10: Date Time Calculations

NatSnook
8 - Asteroid

Late to the party but done now :)

 

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rmorrguitar
7 - Meteor

Solution

katiematkin93
8 - Asteroid
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Oniel182
7 - Meteor

Attached is my solution for this challenge.

JWAJ
7 - Meteor

It too me a while to realize that the input and output "time now" was not identical. this is my solution i did not know about the MOD function why i did it this way

 

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DWingelaar
6 - Meteoroid
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 Used both the rougher 

Hours: DateTimeDiff([Time_Now],[TIMESTAMP],'Hours')-[Days]*24

Minutes: DateTimeDiff([Time_Now],[TIMESTAMP],'Minutes')-([Days]*24+[Hours])*60

And the cleaner
DateTimeDiff([Time_Now],[TIMESTAMP],'Seconds')-DateTimeDiff([Time_Now],[TIMESTAMP],'Minutes')*60

 

 

pmag
8 - Asteroid
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Volha
7 - Meteor

 

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JakubJ
7 - Meteor

Hi, it's my solution. Regardschallenge_10.png

Dev73
8 - Asteroid

My answer is same till hour but i haven't done nothing wrong in my point of view 🤔

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