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Interesting how people think differently.
Assuming dates have cell format date and time has cell format time;
I came up with days firstĀ  = (A2+B2)-(A1+B1) (cell format general)
hours = days*24 (cell format general)

On 25/05/18 10:05, Michael D. Setzer II wrote:
Divide the difference by an hour, and you get the hours, and then divide that
by 24 or could do the same and divide by 24 hours.

05/16/18        08:30:00 PM        111.58                                               4.65
05/21/18        12:05:00 PM        '=((A2+B2)-(A1+B1))/TIME(1,0,0)      '=C1/24

On 24 May 2018 at 15:07, James wrote:

From:                   James <>
Subject:                [libreoffice-users] difference in hours between two
Date sent:              Thu, 24 May 2018 15:07:15 -0400

I have a calc spreadsheet with column A being a date and column B is a time.
I am trying to make a foruma that calculates the difference in days and
another for the difference in hours between 2 rows.

For example:
column A
Wed, May 16, 2018
Mon, May 21, 2018

column B
08:30 PM        
12:05 PM

column C

column D
=TRUNC(C14) [4]

column E
formula? [.65]

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