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  1. Let's take a closer look at the first two lines. var etaDate = new Date(); etaDate = document.getElementById("etaDate").value; On the first line, you set etaDate to be a new Date instance. On the second line you throw away that Date and instead get a value from some input. Does that seem weird? Also, the .value from a form field is always a string. Always.
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  2. Try answering my question.
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  3. What is "etaDate"? According to the code.
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  4. One big table with column indicating the type of data (1=hospital, 2=bakery, 3=pharmacy, 4=grocery etc) plus a second table to store those types and type numbers.
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