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. It may or it may NOT work
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Time to school break
Calculator computes how many days (hours, minutes, seconds) remained to coming holidays or the end of school year.
What is the meaning of each calculator field ?
- Start date - it is a date, when calculations will be started from. It is set to today by default. However, if you're interested in number of days remaining to summer holidays beginning - for example - from Easter break, you can put your own date here.
- Don't include (Saturdays/Sundays/holidays) - this opcion allows you to exclude selected days from calculations. For example if you want count only days, when you must go to school you can exclude weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) and public holidays here.
- Your region - this option is improtant only if holidays are excluded (see "Don't include" field). Calculla uses this field to adjust list of holidays to place, where you live.
- Summer holidays in your region begins - this is the first day of summer holidays in your region. In other words this is the first day, when you don't need to go to school.
- Time duration to summer holidays - this is number of months, days, hours, minutes and seconds remaining to the end of school year.
How to use this tool
- Select your region and calculla will compute number of days, hours, minutes and seconds remaining to coming school holidays.
- If you want exclude saturdays, sundays or public holidays, then check related option in form.
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