Time + 45 minutes?

  • 13 years ago

    I already posted this at vb.net, (i know im noobie), but im using vb 6.0.


    Private Sub Command1_Click()

    Text1.text = "Your dinner will be ready at about " & Time + 00:45:00

    End Sub

    (this doesnt work tho)

    Could somebody help me with this, i just need to know how i can put the time in a textbox added with 45 minutes.

    thanks a lot for your time

  • 13 years ago

    VB6 syntax, something like this:
    Text1.Text = "Your dinner will be ready at about " & DateAdd("n", 45, Time)

  • 13 years ago
    I think we finally got there!! LOL!!  I thought it was strange that your textbox was called Text1 because the name defaults to TextBox1 in .Net, I should have guessed.  Never mind, hope this helps!!!

    Do a Google search for DateAdd and DateDiff functions in VB this may be useful to you.

  • 13 years ago

    Thanks a lot for all your time , you really helped me out here.


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