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dateAdd and datePart return 13, 14, 15 instead of 1, 2, 3

I'm trying to increment between the end of lunch and the end of the day. The
code below is returning a datePart of 13 instead of 1 (for 1:00:00 PM) and
14 instead of 2:00:00 PM etc..

If response.write just counter2 I get a real hour.
How can I return the actual hour datePart?
lunchStart = "12:00:00 PM"
lunchEnd = "1:00:00 PM"
dayEnd = "5:00:00 PM"
counter2 = cdate(lunchEnd)

while counter2 >= cdate(lunchEnd) AND counter2 <= cdate(dayEnd)
response.write datePart("h",counter2)
wend

Thanks

Jul 19 '05 #1
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I'd imagine this is to be expected, since if it returned 5 instead of 17,
that would be inaccurate, in my opinion. You can subtract 12 if the number
is greater than 12.

h = datepart("h", counter)
If n > 12 then h = h - 12

Ray at work

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I'm trying to increment between the end of lunch and the end of the day. The code below is returning a datePart of 13 instead of 1 (for 1:00:00 PM) and
14 instead of 2:00:00 PM etc..

If response.write just counter2 I get a real hour.
How can I return the actual hour datePart?
lunchStart = "12:00:00 PM"
lunchEnd = "1:00:00 PM"
dayEnd = "5:00:00 PM"
counter2 = cdate(lunchEnd)

while counter2 >= cdate(lunchEnd) AND counter2 <= cdate(dayEnd)
response.write datePart("h",counter2)
wend

Thanks

Jul 19 '05 #2

Thank you.
"Ray at <%=sLocation%>" <myfirstname at lane34 dot com> wrote in message
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I'd imagine this is to be expected, since if it returned 5 instead of 17,
that would be inaccurate, in my opinion. You can subtract 12 if the number is greater than 12.

h = datepart("h", counter)
If n > 12 then h = h - 12

Ray at work

news:Oc**************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...

I'm trying to increment between the end of lunch and the end of the day.

The
code below is returning a datePart of 13 instead of 1 (for 1:00:00 PM) and 14 instead of 2:00:00 PM etc..

If response.write just counter2 I get a real hour.
How can I return the actual hour datePart?
lunchStart = "12:00:00 PM"
lunchEnd = "1:00:00 PM"
dayEnd = "5:00:00 PM"
counter2 = cdate(lunchEnd)

while counter2 >= cdate(lunchEnd) AND counter2 <= cdate(dayEnd)
response.write datePart("h",counter2)
wend

Thanks

Jul 19 '05 #3