vb6 subtract date/time

How do I subtract the following and return hours and minutes in decimal format?

date1 = 1/1/08 10:00 AM
date2 = 1/1/08 2:15 PM

date2 - date1 should return 4.25
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something like:

Dim diffMin as Long
Dim diffHr as Double

diffMin = DateDiff("n", date1, date2)
diffHours = diffMin / 60

MsgBox diffHours

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Delta7428Author Commented:
works exactly like ... thanks
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