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Find Occurances of one TimeSpan in another

Find Occurances of one TimeSpan in another

Find Occurances of one TimeSpan in another

(OP)
G'morning all,

I'm trying to determine how many times in a 24 hr day that that given timespan occurs.

So, if the timespan was 00:15:00 (15 minutes), then 15 minutes occurs 4 times per hour, 24 hours in a day, so a 15 minutes timespan occurs 96 times in a 24 hr day.

How do I calculate this ?

Chewdoggie

10% of your life is what happens to you. 90% of your life is how you deal with it.

RE: Find Occurances of one TimeSpan in another

(OP)
I was able to solve this:

TimeSpan ts24Hrs = new TimeSpan(24, 0, 0);
TimeSpan MTimeSpan = TimeSpan.Parse(cJob.Attributes["ResubmitDelay"]);
retryCount = Convert.ToInt32(ts24Hrs.TotalSeconds / MTimeSpan.TotalSeconds);

Chew

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