DateMaths Releases Rss Feedhttp://datemaths.codeplex.com/releasesDateMaths Releases Rss DescriptionCreated Release: Date - Maths Installer (Dec 19, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases?ReleaseId=79091<div class="wikidoc">This download is an installer file for Date - Maths. <br /><br />It can be used to Install Date - Maths efficiently.<br /><br />Uninstallation is also supported through Start Menu or through Control Panel.<br /><br />It also detects whether the current system has .Net Framework Version 2.0 or higher installed prior to installation. If its not present then allows to download it from Microsoft website.<br /><br /><br /><br />You can use Date - Maths to calculate:<br />1. The difference between two dates <br />2. To add or subtract days from a specified date.<br /><br />It has a very attractive UI. <br />Totally 16 Color Themes.<br /><br />Works on Windows System with .Net runtime version 2 or higher.<br /><br />How to calculate the difference between two dates?<br /><br />1. Click the View menu and then select Calculate Difference option or else directly select the mode Calculate the Difference between Two Dates, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br />2. Select the FROM & TO dates for the calculation you want to perform.<br />3. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br /><br /><br />How to add or subtract days from a specified date?<br /><br />1. Click the View menu and then select Add or Sub Dates option or else directly select the mode Add or Subtract Days to a Specified Date, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br />2. Select the Base Date for calculation under FROM input. Then select the appropriate option whether to Add or Subtract.<br />3. Enter the information by changing Years, Months & Days to be Added or Subtracted. <br />4. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br /><br />Press Reset button to make all the inputs to become zero & initialized to current date.</div><div class="ClearBoth"></div>santhuMon, 19 Dec 2011 19:30:41 GMTCreated Release: Date - Maths Installer (Dec 19, 2011) 20111219073041PReleased: Date - Maths Installer (Dec 19, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases/view/79091
<div class="wikidoc">This download is an installer file for Date - Maths. <br>
<br>
It can be used to Install Date - Maths efficiently.<br>
<br>
Uninstallation is also supported through Start Menu or through Control Panel.<br>
<br>
It also detects whether the current system has .Net Framework Version 2.0 or higher installed prior to installation. If its not present then allows to download it from Microsoft website.<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
You can use Date - Maths to calculate:<br>
1. The difference between two dates <br>
2. To add or subtract days from a specified date.<br>
<br>
It has a very attractive UI. <br>
Totally 16 Color Themes.<br>
<br>
Works on Windows System with .Net runtime version 2 or higher.<br>
<br>
How to calculate the difference between two dates?<br>
<br>
1. Click the View menu and then select Calculate Difference option or else directly select the mode Calculate the Difference between Two Dates, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br>
2. Select the FROM & TO dates for the calculation you want to perform.<br>
3. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br>
<br>
<br>
How to add or subtract days from a specified date?<br>
<br>
1. Click the View menu and then select Add or Sub Dates option or else directly select the mode Add or Subtract Days to a Specified Date, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br>
2. Select the Base Date for calculation under FROM input. Then select the appropriate option whether to Add or Subtract.<br>
3. Enter the information by changing Years, Months & Days to be Added or Subtracted.
<br>
4. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br>
<br>
Press Reset button to make all the inputs to become zero & initialized to current date.</div>
<div></div>
Mon, 19 Dec 2011 19:30:41 GMTReleased: Date - Maths Installer (Dec 19, 2011) 20111219073041PUpdated Release: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases/view/65837<div class="wikidoc">You can use Date - Maths to calculate:<br />1. The difference between two dates <br />2. To add or subtract days from a specified date.<br /><br />It has a very attractive UI. <br />Totally 16 Color Themes.<br /><br />Works on Windows System with .Net runtime version 2 or higher.<br /><br />How to calculate the difference between two dates?<br /><br />1. Click the View menu and then select Calculate Difference option or else directly select the mode Calculate the Difference between Two Dates, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br />2. Select the FROM & TO dates for the calculation you want to perform.<br />3. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br /><br /><br />How to add or subtract days from a specified date?<br /><br />1. Click the View menu and then select Add or Sub Dates option or else directly select the mode Add or Subtract Days to a Specified Date, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br />2. Select the Base Date for calculation under FROM input. Then select the appropriate option whether to Add or Subtract.<br />3. Enter the information by changing Years, Months & Days to be Added or Subtracted. <br />4. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br /><br />Press Reset button to make all the inputs to become zero & initialized to current date.</div><div class="ClearBoth"></div>santhuWed, 20 Jul 2011 19:02:38 GMTUpdated Release: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011) 20110720070238PReleased: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases/view/65837
<div class="wikidoc">You can use Date - Maths to calculate:<br>
1. The difference between two dates <br>
2. To add or subtract days from a specified date.<br>
<br>
It has a very attractive UI. <br>
Totally 16 Color Themes.<br>
<br>
Works on Windows System with .Net runtime version 2 or higher.<br>
<br>
How to calculate the difference between two dates?<br>
<br>
1. Click the View menu and then select Calculate Difference option or else directly select the mode Calculate the Difference between Two Dates, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br>
2. Select the FROM & TO dates for the calculation you want to perform.<br>
3. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br>
<br>
<br>
How to add or subtract days from a specified date?<br>
<br>
1. Click the View menu and then select Add or Sub Dates option or else directly select the mode Add or Subtract Days to a Specified Date, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br>
2. Select the Base Date for calculation under FROM input. Then select the appropriate option whether to Add or Subtract.<br>
3. Enter the information by changing Years, Months & Days to be Added or Subtracted.
<br>
4. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br>
<br>
Press Reset button to make all the inputs to become zero & initialized to current date.</div>
<div></div>
Wed, 20 Jul 2011 19:02:38 GMTReleased: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011) 20110720070238PUpdated Release: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases/view/65837<div class="wikidoc">You can use Date - Maths to calculate:<br />1. The difference between two dates <br />2. To add or subtract days from a specified date.<br /><br />It has a very attractive UI. <br />Totally 16 Color Themes.<br /><br />Works on Windows System with .Net runtime version 2 or higher.<br /><br />How to calculate the difference between two dates?<br /><br />1. Click the View menu and then select Calculate Difference option or else directly select the mode Calculate the Difference between Two Dates, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br />2. Select the FROM & TO dates for the calculation you want to perform.<br />3. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br /><br /><br />How to add or subtract days from a specified date?<br /><br />1. Click the View menu and then select Add or Sub Dates option or else directly select the mode Add or Subtract Days to a Specified Date, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br />2. Select the Base Date for calculation under FROM input. Then select the appropriate option whether to Add or Subtract.<br />3. Enter the information by changing Years, Months & Days to be Added or Subtracted. <br />4. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br /><br />Press Reset button to make all the inputs to become zero & initialized to current date.</div><div class="ClearBoth"></div>santhuWed, 20 Jul 2011 19:02:03 GMTUpdated Release: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011) 20110720070203PUpdated Release: Date - Maths Source Code (May 07, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases/view/65840<div class="wikidoc">Only Small part of source code of Date - Maths.</div><div class="ClearBoth"></div>santhuSat, 07 May 2011 16:41:37 GMTUpdated Release: Date - Maths Source Code (May 07, 2011) 20110507044137PReleased: Date - Maths Source Code (May 07, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases/view/65840
<div class="wikidoc">Only Small part of source code of Date - Maths.</div>
<div></div>
Sat, 07 May 2011 16:41:37 GMTReleased: Date - Maths Source Code (May 07, 2011) 20110507044137PCreated Release: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases?ReleaseId=65837<div class="wikidoc">You can use Date - Maths to calculate:<br />1. The difference between two dates <br />2. To add or subtract days from a specified date.<br /><br />It has a very attractive UI. <br />Totally 16 Color Themes which suits your mood.<br /><br />Works on Windows System with .Net runtime version 2 or higher.<br /><br />How to calculate the difference between two dates?<br /><br />1. Click the View menu and then select Calculate Difference option or else directly select the mode Calculate the Difference between Two Dates, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br />2. Select the FROM & TO dates for the calculation you want to perform.<br />3. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br /><br /><br />How to add or subtract days from a specified date?<br /><br />1. Click the View menu and then select Add or Sub Dates option or else directly select the mode Add or Subtract Days to a Specified Date, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br />2. Select the Base Date for calculation under FROM input. Then select the appropriate option whether to Add or Subtract.<br />3. Enter the information by changing Years, Months & Days to be Added or Subtracted. <br />4. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br /><br />Press Reset button to make all the inputs to become zero & initialized to current date.</div><div class="ClearBoth"></div>santhuSat, 07 May 2011 16:28:32 GMTCreated Release: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011) 20110507042832PReleased: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011)http://datemaths.codeplex.com/releases/view/65837
<div class="wikidoc">You can use Date - Maths to calculate:<br>
1. The difference between two dates <br>
2. To add or subtract days from a specified date.<br>
<br>
It has a very attractive UI. <br>
Totally 16 Color Themes which suits your mood.<br>
<br>
Works on Windows System with .Net runtime version 2 or higher.<br>
<br>
How to calculate the difference between two dates?<br>
<br>
1. Click the View menu and then select Calculate Difference option or else directly select the mode Calculate the Difference between Two Dates, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br>
2. Select the FROM & TO dates for the calculation you want to perform.<br>
3. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br>
<br>
<br>
How to add or subtract days from a specified date?<br>
<br>
1. Click the View menu and then select Add or Sub Dates option or else directly select the mode Add or Subtract Days to a Specified Date, under Select The Date Calculation You Want section.<br>
2. Select the Base Date for calculation under FROM input. Then select the appropriate option whether to Add or Subtract.<br>
3. Enter the information by changing Years, Months & Days to be Added or Subtracted.
<br>
4. Click Calculate button in order to get the result.<br>
<br>
Press Reset button to make all the inputs to become zero & initialized to current date.</div>
<div></div>
Sat, 07 May 2011 16:28:32 GMTReleased: Date - Maths (May 07, 2011) 20110507042832P