Convert “minutes since midnight” to time (convert to NSDate?)

I am getting some open/closed times as integers since midnight. For
example: "1140" = 19:00 (or 7 pm if you will) or;
/>"570" = 9:30 (or 9.30 am) I can easily get the time in
European format, just by doing doing a simple calculation and
formatting: [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%d:00", (T /
60)]
However, this doesn't work for half hours,
such as "570 minutes since midnight". Also, I run into problems if I
want to include a bit of localization, because some people may prefer
AM/PM times. Does NSDate include a method for easily
implementing times using the above? Or can anyon


I have a string like "20121124T103000 " and I want to
convert this to NSDate . I tried converting it
with dateFormatter date format "yyyyMMddThhmmss " but it
gives output as 20010101 00:00:00 +0000 which is
incorrect. What is the way we can convert this string to
NSDate ? Here is my code:
/> NSDateFormatter *dateFormat = [[NSDateFormatter alloc]
init]; [dateFormat setDateFormat:@"yyyyMMddThhmmss"];
/>NSLog(@"%@",[dateFormat dateFromString:@"20121124T103000"]);
/> Any help is appreciated.

Operating Systems 

Hi I was wondering if there is any jquery function around which can
take this dateTime "20101018 10:06" and convert and split it
returning "2010/10/18" and "10:06". It would be also nice
if the same function could either receive "20101018 10:06" or
"20101018" only and return as mentioned above, or different formats
besides "2010/10/18" like 18102010" or and 18th of October 2010,
giving the option but not that important, just curious about jQuery
power dealing with dates. Thanks.

Coding 

I haven't used NSDate that much, so I'd like some help with a
calculation I am doing. I have an integer that has my
store's closing hour in minutes since midnight. Basically, my store
closes at 5.00PM, which gives me the integer 1020. So
right now it's 10.45PM or 22.45. Integer since 00:00 is 1365, and from
this I can say if (storeHour < currentTime) {
// closed! }
However, I don't know how I
get from "22.45" that I have from NSDate to converting it to an
integer representing time since 00:00. Is there something in NSDate
that can help me with that? Thx

Mobile Programming 

I need to convert minutes (defined as Integer) into
the following String format "hh:mm" assuming that the
startTime is "00:00". The belowgiven code is what I have
so far, but it does not work properly. Also it does not take into
account that the newTime should be shifted in accordance
to startTime . Is there any other solution?
/> String startTime = "00:00"; int minutes = 120;
/>double time = minutes/60; String timeS =
Double.toString(time); String[] hourMin = timeS.split(".");
/>String h = hourMin[0]; String m = hourMin[1]; String
newTime = ""; newTime.concat(h+":"+m);<

Programming Languages 

I am getting some open/closed times as integers since midnight. For
example: "1140" = 19:00 (or 7 pm if you will) or;
/>"570" = 9:30 (or 9.30 am) I can easily get the time in
European format, just by doing doing a simple calculation and
formatting: [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%d:00", (T /
60)]
However, this doesn't work for half hours,
such as "570 minutes since midnight". Also, I run into problems if I
want to include a bit of localization, because some people may prefer
AM/PM times. Does NSDate include a method for easily
implementing times using the above? Or can anyon

Mobile Programming 

I need to convert an NSString to an NSDate, but the following code
only works as long as the user's device isn't set to 24Hour
time. NSDateFormatter *formatter = [[NSDateFormatter
alloc]init]; [formatter setDateFormat:@"MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss
a"]; NSString *aTime = @"2/11/2013 12:00:00 AM"; NSDate
*aDate = [formatter dateFromString:aTime];
/> However, aDate returns null when the device is in 24Hour time.
Any help?

Mobile Programming 


