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              <div class="container">
  <h1>Figure Out When To Go Home.</h1>
  Calculates time input + 8.58 hours.
<input type="text" id="time" placeholder="time you came in">
<div id="results"></div>

              body {
  font-family: sans-serif;

input {
  text-align: center;
  font-size: 1.2rem;
  padding: 8px;
  border-radius: 5px;
  border: solid .5px #ccc;

  border-radius: 5px;
  border: solid 2px #6495ED77;

.container {
  max-width: 800px;
  margin: auto;
  text-align: center;
              const time = document.getElementById('time');
const results = document.getElementById('results');

// whenever there a keyup in the "time" input, the calcTime function is triggered.
time.addEventListener("keyup", calcTime);

function calcTime(){
  // contains the value in the input box
    const timeInString = time.value;
  // contains timeInString value as an object with an hours and minutes property
    const timeObj = splitHrsNMins(timeInString, ":");
  // turn the hour into an int
    const hrs = parseInt(timeObj.hours);
  // convert the minutes into decimal of hour
    const minsToDec = parseInt(timeObj.minutes) / 60;
  // calculate when I can leave - 8.58 hrs later
    const leavTimeDec = hrs + minsToDec + 8.58;
  // contains leavTimeDec value as an object with an hours and minutes property
    const leavTimeObj = splitHrsNMins(leavTimeDec, ".");
  // contains the hour that I can leave
    const leavHr = parseInt(leavTimeObj.hours);
  // contains the minute in minute form (not decimal) - rounds to nearest minute.
    const leavTimeMins = Math.round((leavTimeDec - leavHr) * 60);
// template to output results
    results.innerHTML = `<p>hours: ${timeObj.hours}<br>minutes: ${timeObj.minutes}</p>
                        <p>time in decimal: ${hrs + minsToDec}</p>
                        <p>leave time in decimal: ${leavTimeDec}</p>
                        <h3>Leave at ${leavHr < 24 ? leavHr : leavHr - 24}:${leavTimeMins > 9 ? leavTimeMins : "0" + leavTimeMins}</h3>`;

// function to split a time string or a float representing the time as a decimal into an object with an hours and minutes property.
// the object values are strings
//time represents the string or float, separator represents the charachter separating between the hours and minutes.
function splitHrsNMins(time, separator){
    let timeStr = time.toString();
    let timeArr = timeStr.split(separator);
    timeObject = {
        "hours": timeArr[0],
        "minutes": timeArr[1]
    return timeObject;


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