This is an example of embedding text into a custom number format, and this text must be surrounded by an extra pair of double quotes. Without the extra double quotes, the custom text format looks like this:
h "hrs" m "min"
The value for days is calculated with the INT function, which simply returns the integer portion of the end date minus the start date:
In this example, the goal is to output the time between a start date and an end date as a text string that lists years, months, and days separately. For example, given a start date of 1-Jan-2018 and end date of 1-Jul-2018, the result should be a...
The YEARFRAC function returns a decimal number representing the fractional years between two dates. For example: = YEARFRAC ( "1-Jan-2019" , "1-Jan-2020" ) // returns 1 = YEARFRAC ( "1-Jan-2019" , "1-Jul-2020...
In this example, the goal is to calculate whole months between two valid Excel dates . This is a slightly tricky problem in Excel because the number of days in any given month varies, so the rules about how a whole month might be calculated are not...
The Excel INT function returns the integer part of a decimal number by rounding down to the integer. Note that negative numbers become more negative. For example, while INT(10.8) returns 10, INT(-10.8) returns -11.
The Excel TEXT function returns a number in a given number format, as text. You can use the TEXT function to embed formatted numbers inside text.
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