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Calculate Business Hours

, 23 Feb 2010 CPOL
Method to find out business hours in between two dates. public static double CalculateBusinessHours(DateTime dtStart, DateTime dtEnd) { int StartingHour = 9; int EndingHour = 18; // initialze our return value double OverAllMinutes = 0.0; ...




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