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Visual Basic (Classic) FAQ

Dates and Time

Change hours to time parts by SBerthold
Posted: 5 Dec 07

For exmaple:

    36 hours 54 minutes and 23 seconds

in hours would be

    = 36 + (54/60) + (23/3600)
    = 36.9064  (36.9063888888889)


Public Function HoursToTimeParts(Hours As Double) As String
    HoursToTimeParts = Int(Hours) & "hrs " & Format$(CDate(Hours / 24), "nn\m\i\n\s ss\s\e\c\s")
End Function


returns:  36 hours 54 minutes and 23 seconds

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