[texhax] Time calculations within LaTeX?
Richard Hartmann
richih.mailinglist at gmail.com
Sat Feb 9 11:48:36 CET 2008
On Feb 9, 2008 6:56 AM, E. Krishnan <ekmath at asianetindia.com> wrote:
> Then \timediff10:15-16:00 gives 5.75 and \timediff10:15-01:00 gives 14.75.
Uh.. this is one of the situations where I can just say 'Wow, thanks!'. That's
a huge lot more than I even dared to expect!
The function I want to put this into (\Fee from the invoice package), is failing
no matter if I try to put \timediff10:15-16:00 into it directly:
\let
l.47 ...cd.de} {12.5} {\timediff10:15-16:00}
try to put it into a variable with
\newcounter{X}
\setcounter{X}{\timediff10:15-16:00}
\let
l.40 \setcounter{X}{\timediff10:15-16:00}
so I am assuming there is some magic escape I need to cast a function
call into a variable? I am looking around the web to find out, atm. :)
If anyone wants to look at the source, I included a basic example mixed
of the invoice package & your function.
Again, thanks!
Richard
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