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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

  int s = 0;

        //Start time
        int start_year = Calendar2.SelectedDate.Year;
        int start_month = Calendar2.SelectedDate.Month;
        int start_day = Calendar2.SelectedDate.Day;
        int start_hour = Convert.ToInt32(txtUraOdhoda.Text);
        int start_min = Convert.ToInt32(txtMinutaPrihoda.Text);

        //End time
        int end_year = Calendar3.SelectedDate.Year;
        int end_month = Calendar3.SelectedDate.Month;
        int end_day = Calendar3.SelectedDate.Day;
        int end_hour = Convert.ToInt32(txtUraPrihoda.Text);
        int end_min = Convert.ToInt32(txtMinutaPrihoda.Text);

        DateTime startTime = new DateTime(start_year, start_month, start_day, start_hour, start_min, s); // 05:40 Hour
        DateTime endTime = new DateTime(end_year, end_month, end_day, end_hour, end_min, s); // 17:45 Hour
        TimeSpan diff = endTime - startTime;
        int hourDiff = diff.Hours; // 12 Hours
        int minDiff = diff.Minutes; // 15 Mins
        double totDiffHours = (double)hourDiff + (double)minDiff / 60; // 12.25 Hours

        PotniNalogiDataContext db = new PotniNalogiDataContext();

        tbl_dnevnice_obracun tbl_dnevnice_obracun = new tbl_dnevnice_obracun()



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