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The argument must be an integer in the range 1 Sunday to 7 Saturday. Returns the day of the month from a given DATE or timestamp. The argument must be an integer in the range 1 to Converts the storage of the specified field to a time. Note this is the only function that allows you to convert a number in seconds back to a date.

This is based on a week of 7. The formats of date and time used are specific to each stream and are specified in the stream properties dialog box. If ITEM is timestamp, the date part of the timestamp is returned. Converts the storage of the specified field to a date, time, or timestamp value.

Returns the second from a TIME or timestamp.

Date and Time Functions

The date format specified in the stream properties dialog box must be correct for this function to be successful. Returns the time in hours represented by TIMEas a real number. Fomrato arguments must be integers. Returns the time in months from the baseline date to the date or timestamp represented by DATEas a real number.

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The date and time functions parse date and time strings according to the currently selected format. The result is an integer such as Returns the time in years from the baseline date to the date or timestamp represented by DATEas a real number.

Returns the hour from a TIME or timestamp. Returns the seconds portion stored in TIME.

Because is a not a leap year, this date does not exist. Formaho the storage of the specified field to a timestamp. If ITEM is a date, it is returned unchanged. Returns the full name of the given DAY. If ITEM is a number, it is interpreted as a number of seconds since the base date or epoch.

Returns the day of the week from the given DATE or timestamp.

Returns the time in minutes represented by TIMEas a real number. If DATE is before the baseline date, this function returns a negative number.

Date and Time Functions

Returns the minute from a TIME or timestamp. Returns the time in seconds represented by TIMEas an integer. Returns the timestamp value of the given number of seconds. CLEM includes a family of functions for handling fields with datetime storage of string variables representing dates and times. Returns the year from a DATE or timestamp.

The clfm-01 is an integer in the range 0 formaho Fractions of a day are truncated. TIME can represent a time or a timestamp. Returns the date value for a numberstringor timestamp. For example, you should not specify 29 February as the date. Returns the current time as a timestamp.

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If you do not select the rollover option, a higher value of TIME1 will cause the returned value to be negative. The result is an integer in the range 1 to Returns the abbreviated name of the given DAY.

This is an approximate figure based on a month of Returns the time in weeks from the baseline date to the date or timestamp represented by DATEas a real number. You must include a valid date for the calculation to work appropriately. Returns the time in days from the baseline date to the date or timestamp represented by DATEas an integer.

This is an approximate figure based on a year of Converts the storage of the specified field to a date. Otherwise, this function returns a value of 0. Returns the month from a DATE or timestamp. If ITEM is a string, creates a date by parsing a string in the current date format.

If you do not select the rollover option, a higher value of TIME1 causes the returned value to be negative. Returns the time value of the given ITEM.