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Compare two form fields containing begin time and end time in AM PM format in a form

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I have a simple question. I have a form called form2 that contains two fields. the Begin Time with id "s1Time1" and an End Time with id of "s1Time2". The two fields hold the formats of HH:MM AM or PM. All I need is to be able to tell in a javascript function that the Begin Time can not be greater than the End Time. I am not using any dates or seconds in my time fields.


This is what my form looks like:

<form id="form1" name="form1" method="post" action="">
  <div id="sample1" class="ui-widget-content" style="padding: .5em;">
    <p>
      <label>Start</label>
      <br/>
      <input name="s1Time1" id="s1Time1" value=""/>
      <br/>
      <label>End</label>
      <br/>
      <input name="s1Time2" id="s1Time2" value="" />
    </p>
    <p>
      <label></label>
     
    </p>
  </div>
  <input name="submitbtn" type="submit" id="submitbtn"  value="Submit" />
  </form>
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var stime = document.getElementById("s1Time1").value;
var etime = document.getElementById("s1Time2").value;

var stime = new Date("January 01, 2000 " + stime);
stime = stime.getTime();

var etime = new Date("January 01, 2000 " + etime);
etime = etime.getTime();

if (stime > etime) {
    alert("earlier")
} else {
    alert("valid time")
}

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Didn't do too much testing but it should be fine.

You can test here
http://jsfiddle.net/qxqfj6of/1/
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by:kbsad1
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Worked great . Thanks
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