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    Time_SNVT

    in a "SNVT_time_stamp#LO" what does the #LO stand for?

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    I believe that it would be Local, but don't ask me how or when you might use it.

    Kevin
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    Gazoo

    SNVT_time_stamp#LO: text(date(year, month, day), (" "), time(hour,
    minute, second))


    It is how the time stamp is defined see above.

    This would be from a controller that you want to make sure of the correct time in the unit.

    Lontshooter

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    thanks guys....much appreciated....

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