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Cell Functions Index

Functions are predefined formulas that perform calculations by using specific values, called arguments, in a particular order, or structure. In Time they're used to compose filter calculations for reports.

Functions usually have the format:

Function(expression 1, expression 2, expression 3, ...)

An expression is any combination of values (including CLP), variables or operators that yield a single value when evaluated. The number of expressions used in a function can vary depending on the function, though most usually need at least one.

Param 1 and param 2 denote required expressions, while opt 1 and opt 2 denote optional expressions which can be added to the function calculation.


Date and Time Functions

Mathematical and Financial Functions

Text Functions


To build filter calculations easily, use the Equation Editor. Click images\eqedit_shg.gif to access it.

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