ODBC - CRecordset - CRecordview

Environment : Visual C++ and MS Access

Interface : ODBC

Views : CRecordview


Question :

I have two dates:

1) 12/09/1999
2) 12/15/1999

How do i find the difference between this two dates. What function is being used to find the difference between this two dates.

Note : I want to know the difference interms of days. The date difference for the above example will be 7 days. The date will be placed in a variable because i am getting those valus from an edit control in my record view.


Regards

Eugene
eugene007Asked:
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eugene007Author Commented:
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carldeanCommented:
If you stuff your dates into CTime objects then you can subtract one from the other.  The result is a CTimeSpan object on which you can query the number of complete days.

i.e.

CTime date1(1999, 12, 9, 0, 0, 0);
CTime date2(1999, 12, 15, 0, 0, 0);

CTimeSpan diff = date2 - date1;
long numDaysDiff = diff.GetDays();

Hope this helps.

(P.S. You don't really deserve an answer for a measily 7 points!!!)
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