However, I’m wondering what your thoughts are with respect to waiting too long for that second date…If she were to make me wait, let’s say a week and a half, when there was no discernible excuse like going out of town, studying for a test, etc.
The syntax of the Excel DATEDIF function is as follows: All three arguments are required: Start_date - the initial date of the period you want to calculate. To put it differently, start_date and end_date are two dates to calculate the difference between.
In your DATEDIF formulas, you can input the dates is various ways, such as: Unit - the time unit to use when calculating the difference between two dates.
And getting it to work correctly with local dates requires a completely different approach due to daylight savings time. When calculating a difference between two dates, local time zones subtract each other out ...
@Fahad Abid Janjua It's not a matter or perspective but a matter of time, I mean, the time part of the date.
Now, I understand how someone can easily book 7 dates for each night of the week, and I’m not implying that she did that.
When she suggested that we meet a week and a half later, I mentioned something like, “I’m going to have to wait a week and a half to see you again?
While this code snippet may solve the question, including an explanation really helps to improve the quality of your post. On the other side, if the my Date Time is tomorrow or on the future date, this will give a negative (-) integer result due to rules of addition. 2) Wired way of showing message boxes using (I guess an Web Browser control).
Remember that you are answering the question for readers in the future, and those people might not know the reasons for your code suggestion. To Date Time("10/1/2017 "); //Date Time add_days = end_date. Read Key(); This calculates the total days from today (Date Time. 3) using a Web Browser control to show a text that is shown in label already. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
So bad that Joda-Time became hugely successful as their replacement.
So bad that even Sun/Oracle gave up on them, and adopted the package as part of Java 8 and later. Both Joda-Time and are led by the same man, Stephen Colbourne.
In my opinion the date diff is kind of subjective, especially on days.