troubleshooting Question

how do I calculate time taken between two Datetime's

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Given the following, how do I calculate the time difference between timeLineStart and timeLineEnd - or is there a better way than I've tried below?

Dim timeLineStart As DateTime
Dim timeLineEnd As DateTime
Dim timeTaken As DateTime

timeLineStart = System.DateTime.Now

(run a stored procedure....)

timeLineEnd=System.DateTime.Now

timeTaken = ?? (in minutes)

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