me:  Win 2003
Perry? 10.2? 10.3?  Redhat?

I'd sure like to know what makes the difference.
I'd hate to get bit - again! - in a migration or upgrade.
The worst fall-out I ever had in an upgrade was when they changed an obscure FMT code without telling anyone.

On 4/25/2012 9:07 AM, Rick Nuckolls wrote:
If not flavor, then hardware/os?

(Sparc/Solaris)

-Rick

On Apr 25, 2012, at 5:26 AM, Charles Stevenson wrote:

On my UV10.2.10 it behaves properly only with [2'',2''], as Richard&
Perry describe.

    OCONV( "16187", "DYMD['','']" )   = "2012425"
    OCONV( "16187", "DYMD[2'',2'']" ) = "120425"

Like Rick, I find flavor does not matter.
On 4/24/2012 7:38 PM, Rick Nuckolls wrote:
That was my thought, but the flavor does not seem to affect it on my version.

-Rick

On Apr 24, 2012, at 5:36 PM, Richard Lewis wrote:

Or maybe it's my Pick flavor.

Richard Lewis

On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 6:27 PM, Rick Nuckolls<r...@lynden.com>   wrote:

Hmmm,

That must be a change at UV 11.  10.2.x still produces 2 digit months and
days without the extra 2’s.

-Rick


On Apr 24, 2012, at 5:21 PM, Richard Lewis wrote:

On UV 11.1.3 this leaves single-digit months as a single digit.

OCONV(TODAY, 'DYMD[2"",2"",2]') does the job correctly.  The brackets
allow
format modifiers to the parameters that follow the D conversion code, in
this case, 'YMD'.  The 2's specifiy how many characters to display, and
the
empty quotes specify the 'text' with which to separate the elements.
There's about 80 lines that describe it when you do HELP CONV D at TCL.

Richard Lewis


On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 6:08 PM, Rick Nuckolls<r...@lynden.com>   wrote:

Or, a bit more simply:

OCONV(TODAY, "D2YMD[‘’ , ’’]”)
On Apr 24, 2012, at 4:58 PM, Perry Taylor wrote:

OCONV(TODAY, 'DYMD[4"",2"",2]')


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On Unidata try: OCONV(TODAY,'DYMD')

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YYMMDD = OCONV(TODAY,'DY2'):OCONV(TODAY,'DM'):OCONV(TODAY,'DD')

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