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Language: Web
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 19, 2002

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Comparing Two Date Objects in JavaScript


This is a very handy and easily understandable code. There are two different methods, depending upon the type of data that is required as input to the functions:
 
function CompareDatesOne(firstdate,seconddate)
{
  //assuming firstdate and seconddate are
  //java script date objects
  if(firstdate<seconddate){
     alert("First date is less then Second Date");
  }else if(firstdate>seconddate){
     alert("First date is more then Second Date");
  }else{
     alert("The dates are equal");
  }
}

function CompareDatesTwo
(d1,m1,y1,h1,min1,sec1,d2,m2,y2,h2,min2,sec2)
{
 firstdate = new Date(y1,m1,d1,h1,min1,sec1);
 seconddate = new Date(y2,m2,d2,h2,min2,sec2);

  if(firstdate<seconddate){
     alert("First date is less then Second Date");
  }else if(firstdate>seconddate){
     alert("First date is more then Second Date");
  }else{
     alert("The dates are equal");
  }
}
Amit Vij
 
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