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Daniel W.

Ms to minutes...

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Hi,

i just want to know if this factor is right:

3600000

Example

milliseconds / 3600000 = time in seconds

is it right=?

Regards


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1000 ms = 1 s

so 3600000ms = 3600000/1000 s or 3600 seconds/ 60 min / 1 hr


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