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Hi all,

Trying to work with date and time with this format:

mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss (This is the input I have)

What I would like to get:

Output = (date1/time1) - (date2/time2)

I have to find the way to get the difference between to dates/times and I'm not able to do it in Labview although I'm almost sure that it's possible.

Could you guide me a little bit, please?

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards.

Jose.

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Trying to work with date and time with this format:

  mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss (This is the input I have)

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Hi Jose,

I'm assuming that this is a string input you're dealing with.

If so the 'Scan from String' and 'Date/Time To Seconds' functions can be used to obtain a numeric datetime. Attached vi (LV6.1) is variation of what I use. Convert the strings for the two times and then subtract.

Download File:post-55-1101928881.vi

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Hi all,

Trying to work with date and time with this format:

  mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss (This is the input I have)

What I would like to get:

  Output = (date1/time1) - (date2/time2)

I have to find the way to get the difference between to dates/times and I'm not able to do it in Labview although I'm almost sure that it's possible.

Could you guide me a little bit, please?

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards.

Jose.

:worship:

2817[/snapback]

Here is something that might work for you.

post-17-1102798000.png?width=400

Download File:post-17-1102797995.zip

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