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    Time difference

    Thanks for your help. The alternative worked. I forgot to mention that I am using mysql on a raspberry pi which to my understanding has some limitations.
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    Time difference

    Thanks for the suggestions. I get null when I use the timestampdiff function. I changed my data type from char(8) to time to match your structure. Here is my actual query. SELECT action , NOW() as Now , action_time , timestampdiff(MINUTE, now(), action_time) as mins FROM schedules; Result action Now action_time mins 1 2020-12-07 21:09:14 07:40:00 NULL 0 2020-12-07 21:09:14 16:45:00 NULL
  3. I've been stuck on this issue for a few days. The answer is probably basic, but I can't figure it out. I have a variable originating from a mysql database $action_time. Contents are like $action_time="16:45:00". I need to get the time difference in minutes from the current time. I can obviously do without the seconds. I believe to get the current date, it is date("h:i:s") Thanks
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