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get dates

what's the best way to meet the following?

end date is now - 6hrs
start date is end date - 48hrs

Does this seem right?

declare @startDate as datetime
declare @endDate as datetime

Set @endDate = dateadd(hh,-6,getdate())
Set @startDate =  dateadd(hh,-48,@endDate)
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fwstealer
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mastooCommented:
If this isn't a trick question then yes, that seems fine.
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fwstealerAuthor Commented:
i wish - no I just sux at sql :-)
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