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On Thu, Aug 25, 2005 at 07:06:02PM -0700, Brian Ghidinelli wrote:
> I'm having problems using timestamps and intervals to schedule recurring
> events. How can I test if today's date/timestamp is equal to a start
> date plus some number of arbitrary intervals? E.g., 3/30/05 + (X * 2
> months) = 5/30, 7/30, 9/30, etc.
> The main problem I'm having is that subtracting timestamps always
> results in an interval of days rather than some combination of years,
> months, days, etc.
> Thanks for any pointers or ideas,
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