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Re: Calculate down time of devices in prime time (only working hours, excluding p_holidays)

by moxliukas (Curate)
on Oct 13, 2003 at 08:16 UTC ( #298790=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Calculate down time of devices in prime time (only working hours, excluding p_holidays)

I think Date::Calc module would be of some use for you. At least it allows you to calculate time intervals, add them, etc.


Comment on Re: Calculate down time of devices in prime time (only working hours, excluding p_holidays)
Re: Re: Calculate down time of devices in prime time (only working hours, excluding p_holidays)
by wufnik (Friar) on Oct 13, 2003 at 11:47 UTC
    hola moxiliukas;

    unfortunately, Date::Calc cannot contend with business days, nor holidays. if you wanted to use Date::Calc, you'd have to implement that stuff yourself. great if you've lost your hair shirt...;-)

    ttfn
    ...wufnik

    -- in the world of the mules there are no rules --

      Sure it can. Check out: check_business_date, Standard_to_Business, Business_to_Standard, Easter_Sunday & the recipes (especially #10 solution #2).

      It's not necessarily the easiest way to do it though. ;-)

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