You feed these formulas a duration and they give you the respective hours, minutes, seconds.
Can we get one for days?
When testing, you can see the duration is something like:
“200.00:00:00” -> or 200 days.
But the actual value is that represented in hours (4,800 in the instance).
So you have to do some date math to derive the days from that duration.
As always, thanks for considering