On Monday 21 January 2002 10:19, SpamSucks86 wrote:
> Is there an easy way to calculate the difference between the current
> date and a date prior to January 1, 1970 (unix epoch). Just getting the
> timestamp and then subtracting the other date from it won't work because
> it will be a negative number. Any insight? I think this can be done very
> easily in ASP (built in function? But I don't know ASP, it's just what I
> heard). Thanks for your help =)

Have a look at the chapter on "calendar Functions". In particular

juliantojd() &
jdtojulian()

NB they only work for whole days (no H:M:S).

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