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I have a program which specifies commencement and completion activities, we'll call them "A" and "B" respectively. It then outputs the percent of duration between them that hasn't elapsed:

Percentage of the way from A to B: 13%

The "of the way" feels very uncomfortable and unnecessary yet without the phrase I like it even less:

Percentage from A to B: 13%

Is there a way that I can more clearly state that this is the fraction of the total time between A and B that remains?

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    You're being redundant with with the word 'percentage'. Consider "Progress from A to B: 13%" – John Feltz Jul 17 '18 at 13:42
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Percentage of the time between A and B. Or for a more natural sentence structure "X percent of the time between event A and event B" where X is the percentage you want to talk about.

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