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I am trying to search for the correct syntax for subtracting a minute from a time. I have a 6 numeric time field in HHMMSS format. I am trying to use free format to subtract a minute. Having trouble. Using: @atime=%dec((%time(@atime:*hms)- 1 *min)...
Hi Everyone: Is there an easy way to calculate the lapse time between 2 timestamps? The SUBDUR returns either in HR/MI/or SECONDS. But I want the lapse time in HHMMSS. Can it be done without much coding? Thanks in advance.
I'm doing a subdur to calc the number of days between mfg date and trans date. When mfg is 2008 and trans is 2009 (12/31/2008 01/02/2009) I get a result of -364 like it subdur is ignoring the year. Any idea how to fix?