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convert milliseconds to seconds?

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James Blaha
05/09/03 10:06 A
1000 MS = 1 seconds. So...
Raymond Camden
05/09/03 10:13 A
Divide by 1,000?
Jim Campbell
05/09/03 10:21 A
All:
James Blaha
05/09/03 10:43 A
With the first UDF I ever wrote:
Pete Ruckelshaus
05/09/03 10:32 A
<cfset mySeconds = 10000>
Tony Weeg
05/09/03 10:38 A
Divide by 1000
Edwards Robert (air0rae)
05/09/03 10:09 A
divide by a 1000
David Collie (itndac)
05/09/03 10:10 A
divide by 1000.
Robertson-Ravo, Neil (RX)
05/09/03 10:11 A
Divide by 1000
DURETTE, STEVEN J (AIT)
05/09/03 10:12 A
lol
John Stanley
05/09/03 10:38 A
ROTFLMAO
DURETTE, STEVEN J (AIT)
05/09/03 10:41 A
Tony,
DURETTE, STEVEN J (AIT)
05/09/03 10:48 A
:) yeah that's what I meant.
Tony Weeg
05/09/03 11:08 A
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James Blaha
05/09/2003 10:06 AM

All: I’m experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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Raymond Camden
05/09/2003 10:13 AM

1000 MS = 1 seconds. So... <cfset x = some number in ms> <cfset seconds = x/1000> ======================================================================== === Raymond Camden, ColdFusion Jedi Master for Mindseye, Inc (www.mindseye.com) Member of Team Macromedia (http://www.macromedia.com/go/teammacromedia) Email    : jedimaster@mindseye.com Blog     : www.camdenfamily.com/morpheus/blog Yahoo IM : morpheus "My ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is." - Yoda ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Jim Campbell
05/09/2003 10:21 AM

Divide by 1,000? - Jim All: I’m experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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James Blaha
05/09/2003 10:43 AM

All: Thanks. That was a silly question now that I think of it! Have a great weekend everyone! Regards, JB Jim Campbell wrote: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Pete Ruckelshaus
05/09/2003 10:32 AM

With the first UDF I ever wrote: http://www.cflib.org/udf.cfm?ID=284 Yes, I really was JUST THAT LAZY to write a UDF for this :-) Pete ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Tony Weeg
05/09/2003 10:35 AM

divide by 1000 to take seconds to milliseconds multiple by 1000 to take from milliseconds to seconds right? ...tony Tony Weeg Senior Web Developer UnCertified Advanced ColdFusion Developer Information System Design Navtrak, Inc. Mobile workforce monitoring, mapping & reporting www.navtrak.net 410.548.2337 All: I'm experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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Ezine
05/09/2003 10:50 AM

Watch for those divide by zero errors :). Geez..     what's up with this computer!..     It won't divide by zero! :)*grin* -Zine divide by 1000 to take seconds to milliseconds multiple by 1000 to take from milliseconds to seconds right? .tony Tony Weeg Senior Web Developer UnCertified Advanced ColdFusion Developer Information System Design Navtrak, Inc. Mobile workforce monitoring, mapping & reporting www.navtrak.net 410.548.2337 All: I'm experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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Tony Weeg
05/09/2003 10:38 AM

<cfset mySeconds = 10000> <cfset myMilliSeconds = 10000000> <cfset inMilli = #mySeconds# * 1000> <cfset inSeconds = #myMilliseconds# / 1000> ...tony Tony Weeg Senior Web Developer UnCertified Advanced ColdFusion Developer Information System Design Navtrak, Inc. Mobile workforce monitoring, mapping & reporting www.navtrak.net 410.548.2337 All: I'm experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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Edwards Robert (air0rae)
05/09/2003 10:09 AM

Divide by 1000 All: I'm experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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David Collie (itndac)
05/09/2003 10:10 AM

divide by a 1000 All: I'm experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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Robertson-Ravo, Neil (RX)
05/09/2003 10:11 AM

divide by 1000. All: I'm experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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DURETTE, STEVEN J (AIT)
05/09/2003 10:12 AM

Divide by 1000 Steve All: Im experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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John Stanley
05/09/2003 10:20 AM

Times by 50 then divide by (49936 + (2 * 4) ^2) ;0 Divide by 1000 Steve All: Im experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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Dana Tierney
05/09/2003 10:30 AM

silly! you forgot to correct for the angular momentum of the third moon of Jupiter! John Stanley writes: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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John Stanley
05/09/2003 10:38 AM

lol silly! you forgot to correct for the angular momentum of the third moon of Jupiter! John Stanley writes: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Dana Tierney
05/09/2003 10:59 AM

tsk. We'll let it go this time. But don't let it happen again. John Stanley writes: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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cf-talk
05/11/2003 03:39 PM

As funny as some of these posts are... the only problem I have with them is that you all KNOW someone is going to come along some day and search the archives on this issue.  And with the third moon of Jupiter being out of alignment and Murphy's Law in full force... what is the poor soul going to find for an answer when he searches the archives for the answer...???? "...Times by 50 then divide by (49936 + (2 * 4) ^2)..." No wonder there's so much bad code in the world. *grin* -Novak ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more ----- of ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more ----- convert ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Dana Tierney
05/11/2003 03:57 PM

::grin:: you have a point but I think that anyone who actually believes this post is gonna have bigger problems than their numbers all being off by a coupla orders of magnitude :) Dana ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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DURETTE, STEVEN J (AIT)
05/09/2003 10:41 AM

ROTFLMAO :) Steve silly! you forgot to correct for the angular momentum of the third moon of Jupiter! John Stanley writes: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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DURETTE, STEVEN J (AIT)
05/09/2003 10:48 AM

Tony, Reverse that.   * 1000 from sec to millisec / 1000 from millisec to sec Steve divide by 1000 to take seconds to milliseconds multiple by 1000 to take from milliseconds to seconds right? ...tony Tony Weeg Senior Web Developer UnCertified Advanced ColdFusion Developer Information System Design Navtrak, Inc. Mobile workforce monitoring, mapping & reporting www.navtrak.net 410.548.2337 All: I'm experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB

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Tony Weeg
05/09/2003 11:08 AM

:) yeah that's what I meant. ...tony Tony Weeg Senior Web Developer UnCertified Advanced ColdFusion Developer Information System Design Navtrak, Inc. Mobile workforce monitoring, mapping & reporting www.navtrak.net 410.548.2337 Tony, Reverse that.   * 1000 from sec to millisec / 1000 from millisec to sec Steve divide by 1000 to take seconds to milliseconds multiple by 1000 to take from milliseconds to seconds right? ...tony Tony Weeg Senior Web Developer UnCertified Advanced ColdFusion Developer Information System Design Navtrak, Inc. Mobile workforce monitoring, mapping & reporting www.navtrak.net 410.548.2337 All: I'm experiencing a Friday brain freeze. How do I have ColdFusion convert milliseconds to seconds? Regards, JB


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