[Lazarus] DateDif function needed
JohnML at online.de
Wed Nov 13 15:37:44 CET 2013
On 13.11.2013 14:02, waldo kitty wrote:
>> We don't need to invent the wheel again, because others have
>> solutions for that!
> then why does this thread exist? O:)
I'll try to find what the usual way is to handle these problems: c++
Libraries for example?!
> i don't know as i do not have that book... but since you have the
> three routines available, can you please post what they return for the
> two cases above??
I don't have my test app anymore, changed it a lot last days to follow
the discussion, but perhaps you have a look at my post from 12.11.2013,
>> Bart delivered code that calculates 29.02.2000 to 28.02.2001 = 1 Year.
>> And that looks reasonable to me!
> but it is not, not really... 29.02 only comes around once every four
> years... 29.02.leapyear to 28.02.leapyear+1 is one day short of a
> year... if you were born on 29.02.1960, have you celebrated your
> birthday 13 or 53 times? :)
That depends on the country , you're living, see
>> Bart wrote:
>>> I would actually say that in this particular case the diff is 1 Year...
>>> (11 M + (28 days in feb in a non-leapyear = 1M) = 12M = 1 Y.
>> Soon we'll have working DateDiff function and my question will be
>> answered in
>> the end!
>> Thanks guys!!
> i can, however, agree with the reasoning bart has given above... do
> you agree with it? is that what you want to see?
I'm not the one to decide, but i need a function which provides widely
I'll google again.
> which of the following is what you want to see??
> 2000-02-29 to 2001-02-28 is 0 yrs 11 mos 27 days (original)
> 2000-02-29 to 2001-02-28 is 0 yrs 11 mos 28 days (bart's fix)
> 2000-02-29 to 2001-02-28 is 1 yrs 0 mos 0 days (actually
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