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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2005

    JavaScript Help


    I have a quick java script question . I am developing a java script application where I have to create a date format in days:hours:minutes:seconds . If the seconds are more than 60 then the system will show minutes:seconds .If the minute is more than 60 the system will show hours:minutes:seconds . If the hour is more than 24 then the system will show days:hours:minutes:seconds . How do I do that . Please so me some code sample in java script


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Here is JavaScript , it may help you
    good luck

    <!---Runing Clock------ document.Clock.display.value=clock; ---->
    <script type="text/javascript">
    var timer=null
    function stop()
    { clearTimeout(timer)

    function start()
    var time=new Date()
    var hours=time.getHours()
    var minutes=time.getMinutes()
    var seconds=time.getSeconds()
    var clock=time+hours
    clock +=((minutes<10)?":0":":")+minutes
    clock +=((seconds<10)?":0":":")+seconds
    <!---Runing Clock------ document.Clock.display.value=clock; ---->
    <!---Display is a textbox and receive value , 1000 = 1 second and will call function again so we have clock; ---->
    <!---Will stop when we call another webpage ---->

    <body onload="start()" onunload="stop()">
    <input type="text" name="display">

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2005

    Java Script Time format help


    Thanks for the reply . The Java script you provided is working but it does not give the result that I need . I need to create a time format in java script ( days:hours:minutes:seconds) . When there are only 59 seconds or less the system will only show the seconds . When the seconds are more that 59 for example 64 seconds then the system will show 5:04 ( 5 minutes:04 seconds ) . When the minutes are more than 59 for example 64 minutes then the system will show 04:05:04 ( hours:minutes:seconds ) and if the hours are more than 24 then the system will show the time in days:hours:minutes:seconds format . Please help


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