I have the following sentence:
We add fourteen days and subtract two years to and from the current datetime.
I am not sure about the to and from part.
How can this sentence be rephrased if not correct?
An alternative way, also difficult to follow, is:
We add fourteen days to and subtract two years from the current datetime.
To transmit the information clearly, the following is the best:
We add fourteen days to the current datetime. Then we subtract two years.
The message is extremely easy to get.