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Hi,

I have my time saved as military time:
13:00:00.000
what I want to display is this:
1:00 PM

right now I get this which is wrong:
13:00 PM

not sure how to fix it to display it correct like this:
1:00 PM

 <input type="text" name="TimeOccurredTxt" id="TimeOccurredTxt" value="<Cfoutput>#TimeFormat(QGetLogEntry.TimeOccurred,'HH:mm tt')#</cfoutput>" style="height:23px;width:195px;text-align:center;"/> 

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by:erikTsomik
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just chnage the format to this
#TimeFormat(QGetLogEntry.TimeOccurred,'hh:mm tt')#
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Also to remove a leading zero just use this format

#TimeFormat(QGetLogEntry.TimeOccurred,'h:mm tt')#
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Thank you
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