Actually the below is a trifle odd
What this seems to be saying is, the M returns "4" or perhaps " 4" (space 4) by 
itself, since the '' evidently removes spaces or something
But the "M" with a "2''" returns a ZERO 4 (04)
>From where the heck does the zero come?

I could see it as logical is the M returned a 04 normally but it seems to not.
Unless of course the '' means also "supress leading zeroes"


>>> 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"




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