Between-Days icon/logo @ _256 px - basically two calendars, with a big arrow leading from one to the other. Between-Days

How many days between two dates?

Between-Days enables you to easily calculate the number of days between two different dates by simply clicking on calendars.

You can click a start date, and then click an end date, and Between-Days will tell you the number of days between them. Simple.

Or you can click a start date, enter a number of days, and then click "Set Calendar" to have Between-Days set the other calendar to the date occurs in that many days.

You can also lock the days input and click on either calendar to automatically set the other calendar to exactly that many days away.

It look like this..

Screencap of th Bewtwen-Days main interface, basically two calendars, in my usual flattish green theme.

Or maybe this..

Screencap of th Bewtwen-Days main interface, basically two calendars, this time in a nice XP Black theme.

Or even this..

Screencap of th Bewtwen-Days main interface, basically two calendars, this time in regular XP Blue theme.

Cool! Why?

It was originally designed for a local gardener, to predict planting and harvest dates for crops, but I've since spruced it up a bit, and added a few features, finding it useful myself. It's amazing how often I need to know what date it's going to be in "so many" days or weeks.

At any rate, it didn't take long to create - I re-use a lot of code from my other programs, so it's easy enough to throw together simple programs like this with all the back-end features in-place, adding only the stuff needed, in this case, to calculate and display dates. Also it's free, and has a cool icon.

Usage notes:

There's not a lot to it; a simple interface with two calendars that you can click, and not much else. You can Right-Click the tray menu for a few options, and hack a few preferences in its ini file, too.

If you are familiar with any of my software, Between-Days shares many of the usual features;

Tips & Tricks:

Portable Operation:

Between-Days is portable. You can keep as many copies as you like, wherever you like. As usual for my apps, if there is a Between-Days.ini file next to Between-Days, it will use it. If not, it will use the one in the current user's application data folder. Simple as that.

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