$d1=mktime(13,44,20,1,1,2002);//first three variables are your time and last
are a random day
echo date("i:s",$d2-$d1);


Best regards,
George Nicolae
IT Manager
X-Playin - Professional Web Design

"Tom Beidler" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I have some records in a MySQL database that store a start and stop time.
> my display page that displays the record info I would like to use PHP to
> find the elapsed time between the two fields. So if I had;
> Start 13:44:20
> Stop 13:49:25
> Possibly use a function to calculate
> Elapsed 5:05
> Do I need to do this in MySQL?
> Thanks,
> Tom

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