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Dynamically create a drop down list for time periods

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Is there a way to dynamically create the drop down list values for 1/2 hour increments of time, running from AM to PM?

So something like this.

12:00 AM
12:30 AM
1:00 AM
1:30 AM
etc.

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Thanks.  Both links helped.
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