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Am 26.02.2012 07:35, gldvorak wrote:
Using LibreOffice Calc I want to display the difference between two datetimes
as days and hours with correct rounding. I am having problems with the
rounding where for instance I get 2 days and 24 hours where the result
should be 3 days 0 hours.

Can someone help me?

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=INT(A1) gives the number of days, cutting off any fractional part.
=MOD(A1;1) gives the fraction (the rest after dividing A1 by 1) which is always smaller than 24:00.
Remove all number formatting from the day number.
Format the time number (fraction of day) as some time value.

As a text value in one cell:
=INT(A1)&" "&TEXT(MOD(A1;1);"HH:MM:SS")
[given that "HH:MM:SS" is a valid format string for your global locale setting]

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