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Challenge #106: How Long were the Lights On?

RWvanLeeuwen
10 - Fireball

Done! Checking for duplicate time is a fun thing to do, but I'm not aware what kind of detection sensor that would be to detect another person entering the room. Anyways, here's my take on this challenge:

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knhinson
6 - Meteoroid

Learned how to generate rows! 

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justindavis
9 - Comet
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MikeHinz
8 - Asteroid

Took the very simple approach here:

 

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mcultrera
8 - Asteroid
Solved by two different methods. This one was harder than I thought it would be after just reading the description.
mbogusz
8 - Asteroid
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FranckR
8 - Asteroid
Interesting challenge and not so easy - I lose a lot of time on "Date Time" conversions but now I know that date/time functions have to be used with "Date Time" data and don't work with "Date" or "Time" data.
AntoineR1509
7 - Meteor

Pretty much the same as many.

Carlithian
8 - Asteroid

Slowly getting through all these datetime ones now that its finally sunk in 🙂

PaulN
Alteryx Alumni (Retired)