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When I studied the Calc doc you attached, there came up a few questions.

-1- For what reasons are the examples so uniform? Is there something you didn't tell about the scope of application?
-2- You did not make clear if you are aiming at durations expressed in the default "unit" of 1d (day) for time values in spreadsheets, or are you talking of Time-Of-Day (TOD) results you want to achieve.

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When I studied the Calc doc you attached, there came up a few questions.

-1- For what reasons are the examples so uniform? Is there something you didn't tell about the scope of application?
-2- You did not make clear if you are aiming at durations expressed in the default "unit" of 1d (day) for time values in spreadsheets, or are you talking of Time-Of-Day (TOD) results you want to achieve.

For more details and for suggested solutions see this attachment.**.

When I studied the Calc doc you attached, there came up a few questions.

-1- For what reasons are the examples so uniform? Is there something you didn't tell about the scope of application?
-2- You did not make clear if you are aiming at durations expressed in the default "unit" of 1d (day) for time values in spreadsheets, or are you talking of Time-Of-Day (TOD) results you want to achieve.

For more details and for suggested solutions see **.this attachment.

When I studied the Calc doc you attached, there came up a few questions.

-1- For what reasons are the examples so uniform? Is there something you didn't tell about the scope of application?
-2- You did not make clear if you are aiming at durations expressed in the default "unit" of 1d (day) for time values in spreadsheets, or are you talking of Time-Of-Day (TOD) results you want to achieve.
-3- (related to -2-) Did you choose the 'Numbers' format code HH:MM:SS consciously?

For more details and for suggested solutions see this attachment.