the information you enter here runs only on your browser on your machine, no data is transmitted to a server unless you use bookmark URL button, then it submits to same page (nothing active on server side) and builds a URL.
These are time/date calculators. because of the way time works,I have included a special time format I have dubbed DTime, which includes days, hours (24-hour time format), minutes, seconds, and milliseconds. everything here has millisecond resolution. you must fill out all fields at least with a 0 for it to work excepotfor gregorian day and month,which area minimum of 1, and all time is 24-hour time format (hours are 0..23).
Part of Windows CUA (Common User Access) means you can hit the Tab key (or shift-Tab to go backwards) to move/switch between fields/controls. this also selects what's in it automatically for replacement.
What is DTime?
DTime specified as a set of numbers must be in the format "n days 0H:0M:0S.0ms as a string can be specified in 24 hour format with 3-digit milliseconds, where the time is 0 or positive, and the number of days is a plain integer.
Being converted from a string, DTime can be in several formats. wordy format, which consists of an integer followed by a keyword which may optionally include a period, can includes days, months, years, hours, seconds, milliseconds, weeks. for instance, "23wks. 5 min -7 hrs -2 days" I am working on it soyou can precede this with specific dates. this requires a different kind of parsing.
Date-Timestamps or DTime can be in the following formats:
0 days 23:59:59.999 1/31/2012 23:59:59.999 1.31.2012 23:59:59.999 2012-01-31 23:59:59.999 1/31/2012 1.31.2012 2012-01-31 23:59:59.999 23:59:59 23:59 any combination or selection of 0 years 0 months 0 days 0 hours 0 minutes 0 seconds 0 ms