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Date and Time Expressions
Date and Time Expressions

This section covers everything you need to know about using date and time expressions. It also gives you example knowledge maps so you can explore date and time expressions inside the Rainbird Studio.

In Rainbird, concepts can be ‘date’ concepts.  Date concepts should be used when a date will be either input into or output by Rainbird. Dates in Rainbird are formatted as YYYY-MM-DD (e.g. 1st of March 2021 would be formatted as 2021-03-01).

Rainbird can use date expressions to transform and calculate dates. Date expressions can be combined with other date, transformative and comparative expressions to ‘retrieve’, ‘add’,  ‘subtract’ or ‘compare’ time

If you want to use the outcome of a date expression’s calculation in further calculations, you will need to create the initial date expression on the relationship between the date concept that holds the date concept instances that will be used in the expression, and a number concept which the outcome of the expression will be assigned to.

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