As I can transform hours into decimal hours, in my application at some point the user will enter hours in minutes and this entry will be multiplied or divided by another number.
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So, I’ll try, but looking at the block you sent it gives me the impression that it takes the system time, not the user’s input.
I’ll see in a bit. Thank you
volume = drops * time
drops and time entries by the user.
Will the user enter 8:45 and this value will be multiplied /divided by a number? So friend, you need to use the relationships …1 hour = 60 minutes 1 minute = 60 seconds 1 day = 24 hours and work with those relationships …
1 Textbox for hour and 1 Textbox for minutes.
This is not an example. Please show a concrete numerical example:
input (hours) → expected output (decimal hours)
Or separate with split block at: and use only the first item before : , your number of hours and multiply by 60 and add with the part after : .
No, it takes the minute from the TimePicker (you are using a time picker, right?)
It is an option. Thank you
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