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convert the time in 12h format

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The IsoTime2Num() function will convert the time (in 24h format) to milliseconds since the "epoch",

what if i want to convert the time in 12h format?
how will i go about it.

Thank you.
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Try Time2Num()
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QCD is right, and here is the information about TIme2NUM():

http://livedocs.adobe.com/livecycle/8.2/acrobat_designer/001838.html

You need to "tell" the function in which format your time string is.
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