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Time Range Calculation?

I'm trying to find out if now() is between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM I've tried
a few things but can't get it to work.

Thanks
Nov 21 '05
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Jay,

Very nice (it seems that I forget this one forever while I have seen this
more times from you), I even wrote once that I would find it even nicer when
ISO times where used.

However, why static?

Cor
Nov 21 '05 #11
Cor,
| However, why static?

Static workHours As New TimeRange(#8:00 :00 AM#, #5:00:00 PM#)

I defined workHours as Static, as I view it effectively as a Constant.

Depending on the usage I would consider making it Shared Readonly in the
enclosing type.
| I even wrote once that I would find it even nicer when
| ISO times where used.
Agree: I prefer SQL's (not SQL Server) Date, Time, TimeStamp, & Interval
types to be more flexible over .NET's DateTime & TimeSpan types. For example
definitions:

http://www.sql.org/sql-database/post...-datetime.html
I've considered creating a library that implements Date, Time, Timestamp, &
Interval, but todate have not. (With SQL Server 2005 & VB 2005 one could
define SQL Server & .NET friendly versions). Implementing them interms of
DateTime & TimeSpan might be "easiest".

Date = DateTime without any Time value
Time = DateTime without any Date value
Timestamp = DateTime
Interval = TimeSpan

Of course with VB's Date keyword meaning DateTime, it might make using Date
to mean a real date awkward...

Hope this helps
Jay

"Cor Ligthert" <no************ @planet.nl> wrote in message
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| Jay,
|
| Very nice (it seems that I forget this one forever while I have seen this
| more times from you), I even wrote once that I would find it even nicer
when
| ISO times where used.
|
| However, why static?
|
| Cor
|
|
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