Weird elapsed time question
I'm trying to write a script for a form which will calculate the elapsed time between and entry time and exit time. I know this should be easy enough, but I don't want date strings in it and I need the script to read from the entries in the form and return the calculated string to the form before submission to a database.
I know that I should be able to convert the time to milliseconds and do it something like this.
var timeIn = (time1(time.split(':'))*3600+time1(time.split(':'))*60)*1000);
var timeOut = (time2(time.split(':'))*3600+time2(time.split(':')*60)*1000);
var timeEl = timeOut - timeIn;
the hard part is taking it back out to hh:mm format and getting the variables to assign correctly.
So what suggestions are there so I can write this right the first time? (Besides do this in PHP, as I might have to do.)
Thanks in advance for the help.
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