If I calculate in.Temp.Date+01;00:00:00 an the variable in.Temp.Date is set with 31.10.2010 then the result is 31.10.2010. Why? With any other date (e.g. 30.10.2010) it works correct.

asked 12.05.2010 at 08:05

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The problem is that from the 31.10.2010 to the 1.11.2010 the day has 25 hours because of the daylight saving time change from CET sommer time to CET winter time. 31.10.2010 00:00 + 24:00:00 -> 31.10.2010 23:00 -> 31.10.2010.

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answered 14.05.2010 at 03:09

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