These 3 rules cleared up A LOT of issues that I was having, thank you for taking the time to clarify.jsmorley wrote: ↑January 9th, 2019, 9:54 pm1) If there is no Format option on a Time measure, the string value will be the result of the default %HH:%MM:%SS and the numeric value will be the Windows timestamp.
3) If you use a Time measure in a section variable as [MeasureName:] it will return the number value. That MIGHT be a timestamp, or it might be a number that has nothing to do with the timestamp, or most likely, it will be ZERO.
4) If you use a Time measure in a section variable as [MeasureName:Timestamp] it will return the timestamp value. It will ALWAYS return the timestamp value, no matter what any Format option is set to.
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