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Formula to categorize hours in shift differentials?

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    Formula to categorize hours in shift differentials?

    Hi all, I'm working on this timesheet project where I have to separate the hours an employee works because he gets paid at a higher rate during certain hours. The timesheet separates them into hours worked from 15:00 to 23:00 and hours worked from 23:00 to 7:00.

    Is there a formula to separate the number of hours on the timesheet into these categories? I've highlighted the numbers that I want to get in yellow. I've included an attachment showing what I mean.
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