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If Statement for Time (hh:mm)

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    If Statement for Time (hh:mm)

    Hi,

    I have a spreadsheet which calculates the time of each delayed plane leaving an airport. I have been able to calculate the delay. I now wish for the spreadsheet to separate the data dependant on length of delay. For example I have tried using an if statement along the lines of =if(A1<15,1,0) to return 1 if the flight was delayed by less than 15 minutes, but this returns 1 for all flights delayed, irrespective of their departure delay.

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    Luke
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    Re: If Statement for Time (hh:mm)

    Perhaps?

    =IF(B2<TIME(0,15,0),1,0)
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    Re: If Statement for Time (hh:mm)

    That's perfect. Thanks.

    Sorry about my rather basic Excel skills

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