I have a database filled with 24 hr clock times in string format.
9:00 12:13 17:42 you get the picture.
Is there an easy way to get the time between 9:00 and 17:42
I can think of ways to split the string around the colon and then figure the elapsed time, but is there and easy way of doing it? Obviously one can't subtract, because of the silly 60 minutes.
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