Simple Y2K Countdown

Put this in a computed field for the days, hpurs and minuts unti Y2k.
Works on web page as well
Y2k := "01/01/2000 12:00AM";
difference := @TextToTime(Y2k) - @Now ;
Days := @Integer(difference / 3600 / 24);
Hours := @Integer(((difference / 3600 / 24) - @Integer(difference / 3600 / 24))
* 24);
Minutes := @Integer(((((difference / 3600 / 24) - @Integer(difference / 3600 /
24)) * 24) - @Integer(((difference / 3600 / 24) - @Integer(difference / 3600 /
24)) * 24)) * 60);

" " +@Text(Days) + " Days " + @Text(Hours) + " Hours "+ @Text(Minutes) + "
Minutes"
This was first published in November 2000

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