Commit 8d1fbed0 authored by Michael Rouse's avatar Michael Rouse

Link fixes

parent 6e6266f4
......@@ -85,14 +85,14 @@ This is where the `TimeSlime_AddHours(float, TIMESLIME_DATE_t)` functions comes
The function accepts a `float`, which is the number of hours worked. Then a `TIMESLIME_DATE_t` struct, which is the date to add the hours to.
[See more about `TIMESLIME_DATE_t`](#Library-Datatypes).
[See more about `TIMESLIME_DATE_t`](#library-datatypes).
## Clocking In and Out
To clock in and out of the time sheet, use the `TimeSlime_ClockIn(TIMESLIME_DATETIME_t)` and `TimeSlime_ClockOut(TIMESLIME_DATETIME_t)` functions.
Each function accepts a `TIMESLIME_DATETIME_t` struct, which represents the date and time that the clock in, clock out should be performed on.
[See more about `TIMESLIME_DATETIME_t`](#Library-Datatypes).
[See more about `TIMESLIME_DATETIME_t`](#library-datatypes).
## Reports
......@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ will generate a report between the `start` and `end` dates.
The result will be placed in the `TIMESLIME_REPORT_t` pointer, and this needs to be passed a pointer to that pointer.
[See more about `TIMESLIME_DATE_t` and `TIMESLIME_REPORT_t`](#Library-Datatypes).
[See more about `TIMESLIME_DATE_t` and `TIMESLIME_REPORT_t`](#library-datatypes).
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