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## Convert seconds column into duration column hh:mm:ss.ss (needs hundredths of a second in output)

I am trying to convert a column that contains a time in seconds into a duration that includes hundreds of a second

eg

Convert 242.5 secs into  00:04:02.05

Regards

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Microsoft Employee

Column 2 =
VAR hours =
ROUNDDOWN ( [Column1] / 3600, 0 )
VAR minutes =
ROUNDDOWN ( MOD ( [Column1], 3600 ) / 60, 0 )
VAR seconds =
INT ( MOD ( [Column1], 60 ) )
VAR milliseconds =
round(MOD ( [Column1], 1 ) * 100,0)
RETURN
FORMAT(hours,"00") & ":"
& FORMAT(minutes, "00")
& ":"
& FORMAT(seconds, "00")
& "."
& FORMAT(milliseconds, "00")

Best Regards,

Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
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Microsoft Employee

Seems there isn't a built-in support of such format. Please vote up this idea here. The workaround could be as below.

Column 2 =
VAR hours =
ROUNDDOWN ( [Column1] / 3600, 0 )
VAR minutes =
ROUNDDOWN ( MOD ( [Column1], 3600 ) / 60, 0 )
VAR seconds =
INT ( MOD ( [Column1], 60 ) )
VAR milliseconds =
ROUND ( MOD ( [Column1], 1 ) * 100, 0 )
RETURN
hours & ":"
& minutes
& ":"
& seconds
& "."
& milliseconds

Best Regards,

Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
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Regular Visitor

Thanks Dale for the help,

How would you force each number to be of two digits length ?  4 minutes 2.17 secs would be 00:04:02.17

Regards

Microsoft Employee

Column 2 =
VAR hours =
ROUNDDOWN ( [Column1] / 3600, 0 )
VAR minutes =
ROUNDDOWN ( MOD ( [Column1], 3600 ) / 60, 0 )
VAR seconds =
INT ( MOD ( [Column1], 60 ) )
VAR milliseconds =
round(MOD ( [Column1], 1 ) * 100,0)
RETURN
FORMAT(hours,"00") & ":"
& FORMAT(minutes, "00")
& ":"
& FORMAT(seconds, "00")
& "."
& FORMAT(milliseconds, "00")

Best Regards,

Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Regular Visitor

Thank you so much Dale this is great.  I assume there is no way that this can be forced into a Duration format though ?

Microsoft Employee

There is a Duration type for the Power Query while there isn't a Duration type for DAX. That's why I suggested you vote up the idea.

Best Regards,

Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Regular Visitor

Thank you dale

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