str = FormatTime(sFormat,nTimeTimesMillion,bRoundMinutes)
This macro function converts the time nTimeTimesMillion into a string using the format sFormat.
The time of the day for the calculation is given by nTimeTimesMillion which is the portion of the day expressed in one millionth of a day (less than 1/10th of a second). Traditionally, astrological and astronomical events that are true or false on a date, are evaluated at the end of the day (ie. 23:59:59).
sNoon = FormatTime('hh:nn', 500000, true) // 12:00
sSixPM = FormatTime('hh:nn', 750000, true) // 18:00
sSixPM = FormatTime('h:nn', 750000, true) // 6:00 pm
For a list of the allowed values of , see the topic on time formatting.
To include text whose letters you do not wish to have interpreted, such as "Printed on:", include that text in double quotes within the format string.
See also: FormatDate.
Topic 177650, last updated on 18-Apr-2020