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DateDiff in hh:mi format

Posted on 2011-03-15
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How can I get the datediff in my crystal report to display in hh:mi format.  Right now I have,
DateDiff ("n",DateTimeValue ({FinishDateTime}) ,DateTimeValue ({StartDateTime}) )/60

which displays in minutes, but i need to get that converted.

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hi,
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