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Calculate Difference Between Two Dates in Day, Week, Month, and Year Parts

, 18 Dec 2013 CPOL
Calculate difference between two dates in day, week, month, and year parts.
DateCalculator.zip
DateCalculator
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DateCalculator.csproj.GenerateResource.Cache
DateCalculator.exe
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DateCalculator.pdb
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DateCalculatorLibrary
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DateCalculatorLibrary.dll
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DateCalculatorLibrary.dll
DateCalculatorLibrary.pdb
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DateCalculatorLibrary.dll
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DateCaluclator_Demo.zip
DateCaluclator Demo
DateCalculator.exe
DateCalculatorLibrary.dll

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Mahmoud Fathy Afify
Software Developer International TurnKey Systems (ITS)
Egypt Egypt
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