I am looking for a javascipt to convert decimal minutes to hours and minutes?

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Good Day,

I am looking for a javascipt to convert decimal minutes to hours and minutes?

On my form i have four fields that is have added up to give me a Total. These fields can be any numbers in them

Example Field 1 - 60 Mins

Field 2 - 60 Mins

Field 3 - 50 Mins

Field 4 - 60 Mins

Total - 230 Mins

then i take Total(230 mins) / 60 mins = FinalTotal(3.83) (Decimal Minutes)

I need to take the Final Total(Decimal Minutes) 3.83 and convert it to Hours and Minutes to get the final answer of 3 Hours & 50 Minutes

Any help would be grealy appreciated

Thanks

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I am looking for a javascipt to convert decimal minutes to hours and minutes?

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Good Day,

I am looking for a javascipt to convert decimal minutes to hours and minutes?

On my form i have four fields that is have added up to give me a Total. These fields can be any numbers in them

Example Field 1 - 60 Mins

Field 2 - 60 Mins

Field 3 - 50 Mins

Field 4 - 60 Mins

Total - 230 Mins

then i take Total(230 mins) / 60 mins = FinalTotal(3.83) (Decimal Minutes)

I need to take the Final Total(Decimal Minutes) 3.83 and convert it to Hours and Minutes to get the final answer of 3 Hours & 50 Minutes

Any help would be grealy appreciated

Thanks

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Acrobat SDK and JavaScript, Windows

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I have this code:

Just want to know where to place this code? do i put it under calcualtion tab under custom scripts?

VarFinalTotal= this.getField("FinalTotal");

var timeConvert = function(n){

var minutes = n%60

var hours = (n - minutes) / 60

console.log(hours + " " + "Hours" + " " + ":" + " " + minutes + " Minutes")

}

timeConvert(VarFinalTotal);

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console.log doesn't exists in Adobe Acrobat.

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As Bernd pointed out, JavaScript for Acrobat is different from other JavaScript implementations. Take a look at this post, which talks about the differences in the context of how to learn to program in JavaScript for Acrobat: Learning to Program JavaScript for Adobe Acrobat - KHKonsulting LLC

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There are a number of errors in your script.

I would also look at using the "util.prinf()" method to format the output as "h:MM"

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