Can anyone please tell me how to add hours and minutes to each other.
Seems like a simple thing to do and maybe it is (well not for me).
I wish to add (for example):
1 h 56 m
2 h 24 m
5 h 43 m
Wow, emoreau recommended the HARD way to do it. If you are running Visual Basic 6.0, I suggect trying the following code to see if it helps you.
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