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Date/Time Specifications

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FIGURE 14. Time Range Specification

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    12 0 12 0 12 0 12 0

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05/16

05/17

05/18

05/19

SDATE(05/16) STIME(0800) EDATE(05/19) ETIME(1600) RANGE

BAND tends to be more useful than RANGE when you analyze performance data. BAND is the default.

Specify start and end dates and times in the following formats: SDATE(date) and EDATE(date) where date can be:

Julian: Gregorian:

yyddd (ddd = 001 through 366)

mmddyy mm/dd/yy mm/dd (assumes current year) (assumes current month, year)

STIME(time) and ETIME(time) where time can be:

h hh hmm hhmm

The hour without leading 0 Two-digit hour or leading 0 Hours and minutes without leading 0 Hours and minutes with leading 0 or two-digit hour

Enter time specifications using a 24-hour clock (not using AM or PM).

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