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tparvaiz
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi, I have a table that looks like this. (Sorted by City and then by Order Completion Time)

 

City Order No Order Completion Time Time between Order Processing (Mints)
Toronto 1 18APR2017:00:50:00.000  
Toronto 2 18APR2017:01:07:00.000 17
Toronto 3 18APR2017:01:50:00.000 43
Toronto 4 18APR2017:02:44:00.000 54
Toronto 5 18APR2017:03:15:00.000 31
Toronto 6 18APR2017:03:55:00.000 40

 

 

Now I want to calculate  "Time Between Order Processing" which is simply the time of the order minus time of the previous order.

 

can you please advise how to do it

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