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# Crystal Reports convert time

Posted on 2014-09-29
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Brain fried, easy one here..
If I have 5:30 in a time format in CR,  result of 2 time calculations (5 hours and 30 minutes)
hour can I convert that to 5.5 in number format.
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Question by:BKennedy2008
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mlmcc earned 2000 total points
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Convert time to seconds then divide by 3600

It is a TIME field or a string?

mlmcc
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ID: 40350370
It is a time field.
I am thinking maybe this...Trying it now...

Local numbervar NewH;
Local numbervar NewM;
NewH:= Hour(TotalTime);
NewM:= (minute(totalTime)/3600);
DecimalResult = HewH + NewM
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ID: 40350389
I have it:
TotalInTime:= time((NewEndTime- EditStartTime));
local numbervar NewH;
Local numbervar NewM;

NewH:=Hour(TotalInTime);
NewM:=NewH + (Minute(TotalInTime)/60);

Thanks for pointing me in the right path
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