At 21:19 01/08/2013 +0200, Adam Noname wrote:
I use format [[HH]:MM for time. Then hour can be maximum 2 digit
number ( from 0 to 24 ). Is it possible for calc to add sign :
after every second number ?
Not as far as I know. Times are stored as numbers - as fractions
of a day - so any number you enter, even if it contains a point, is
interpreted as a number of days but then displayed in hours and
minutes, as you have chosen. Critically, it is the presence of the
colon that would indicate that you are entering a time in hours and
minutes, and I don't see how you can stimulate that interpretation without it.
Maybe I didn't write it clearly.
Oh, I think you did. Did you not understand the answer?
The cell is formatted [[HH]:MM first, ...
I'm slightly confused by this, as I don't see how that is
possible. I assumed you meant [HH]:MM .
... then I enter digits ( time). I thought that cell format
stimulates it, then IMHO automatic entering of : after second digit
seems natural to me (:-))
This may be how the spreadsheet software you write yourself might
work, but Calc doesn't do this. (Neither does Excel.) This
particular cell formatting controls the display of cell contents
rather than the interpretation of values entered. As I said, I think
it's the colon you are trying to obviate that is the key to achieving
what you need - at least directly.
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