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How to split a time notation in (only) hours and minutes.

How to split a time notation in (only) hours and minutes.

How to split a time notation in (only) hours and minutes.

How can I convert / split (in ASP Classic) this time format 19:30:00 (from my Access-database-field 'Time' - field-notation : date/time) in the following more readable format 19h30 ?
Thanks for tips.

RE: How to split a time notation in (only) hours and minutes.

Off the top off my head useing split()

timearray = split(timestring,':')
friendlytime = timearray(0) & "h" & timearray(1) & "m" & timearray(2) & "s"

Not tested and no error checking done

Or use the date and time functions


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