Create a time with hours, minutes, and seconds.

`TIME(hour, minute, second)`

- hour - required, number from 0 to 32767
- minute - required, number from 0 to 32767
- second - required, number from 0 to 32767

`TIME(3,0,0)`

The TIME function is used to calculate the amount of time given certain parameters.This will return 3 hours.

`TIME(0,0,3)`

The TIME function can also be used to calculate the amount of minutes and seconds. Similarly, this example will return 3 seconds.

`TIME(8,30,0)`

The TIME function can be used to calculate decimal numbers as well. This example will return 8.5 hours. This can be useful for calculations involving fractions of an hour.

`TIME(0,120,0)`

The TIME function can also be used to convert minutes and seconds into hours. This example will return 2 hours.

The TIME function returns a decimal number for a particular time, and requires its arguments to be specified.

- The TIME function in Sourcetable returns a decimal number representing a time in Sourcetable, between 0 and 23:59:59, up to one day.
- The TIME function behaves like a 24-hour clock.

The TIME function returns the decimal number for a given time.

The arguments for the TIME function are required and include hour, minute, and second.

The TIME function returns a decimal number.

The decimal number returned by TIME ranges from 0 to 0.99988426.

The TIME function returns a decimal number representing the times from 0:00:00 to 23:59:59.

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