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Calcite | Level 5

I may have lost my mind at the moment so any quick idea would help certainly....

So I have variable which is in the TIME13.3 format whereas  I have another variable which is in numeric format ....Now I need to put a WHERE clause however before that need to convert TIME13.3 format variable to the numeric format I tried PUT function however that doesn't seems to work...quick thought please?

Fluorite | Level 6

May be you can use a similar code like the code I have given below.


Super User

TIME13.3 is a numeric format, so your variable is already numeric (seconds of the day) and can be "converted" by simply changing its format.

I suspect that yoout other variable has a specific sequence of digits; could you give an example?

Calcite | Level 5

Thanks Kurt you was correct i put the TIMEPART(VAR2) and it resolved the problem...thanks for pointing in right direction..

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