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I have a table namely Employee.

Columns Of the Employee Table along with the given datatypes are as follows.

EmpID Current_Date InTime OutTime TotalWorkingHours
int Date varchar(50) varchar(50) varchar(50)

now i need to calculate TotalWorkingHours from the InTime and OutTime.

How To do this?????
Posted 7-Mar-13 17:16pm
Edited 7-Mar-13 17:22pm
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Solution 1

try this,
var hours = (datevalue1 - datevalue2).TotalHours;
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