TrueChem :: Variables

TrueChem variables are predefined keywords used to give you access to the data within TrueChem. You can use variables to create and customize your formulas, rules, and actions. Below is a categorized list of variables you can use in TrueChem. Click the category for a detailed list of variables.

NOTE: When referencing variables in TrueChem, the variable name must be contained within square brackets [ ] and is NOT case sensitive.

Categories:

Adjustment Variables Input Variables {Object} Variables Test Variables
General Variables Inventory Variables Result Variables Units
GET Variables Library Variables Run Variables User Variables
{Group} Variables Name Variables Schedule Variables User-Defined Variables


Adjustment Item Variables – A test may contain multiple adjustment items. To specify a specific adjustment item, you must include the item number associated with the adjustment. If no item number is specified, TrueChem will use the current adjustment item. Example: [ADJ4.VALUE] will return the value of adjustment item number 4.

Name Description
ADJ The displayed adjustment amount (in the unit defined on the setup of the adjustment item)
ADJ.ACCUM The accumulated amount added since the last remake not including the current adjustment amount
ADJ.ACCUM(unit) The accumulated amount added since the last remake (in the unit specified) not including the current adjustment amount
ADJ.ADDAMOUNT The amount of additive necessary to adjust [ADJ.BASEDON] by [ADJ.TOVARY]
ADJ.ADDINCREMENTS Precision used for rounding of the calculated adjustment amount
ADJ.ADDITIVE Name of the additive
ADJ.BASEDON Name of the test item the adjustment effects
ADJ.COMMENTS Notes assigned by a rule that are directly associated with the adjustment item
ADJ.ISINVENTORIED Returns 1 if consumable is inventory controlled, 0 otherwise
ADJ.LOTBALANCE Returns balance of consumable’s current active inventory lot in consumable’s defined stock unit, 0 if no active lots are found or consumable is not inventoried
ADJ.TOTALBALANCE Returns total balance of all consumable’s current active inventory lots in consumable’s defined stock unit, 0 if no active lots are found or consumable is not inventoried
ADJ.COST Currency formatted value of the cost for amount of additive
ADJ.COSTTOTAL See [TST.ADDCOSTTOTAL]
ADJ.DILUTEPOINT Point beyond which dilutions are calculated
ADJ.DILUTETO Target value of dilution
ADJ.DISPLAYAS Displayed name of the additive for the adjustment item based on advanced settings
ADJ.DISPLAYVALUE Displayed text or number for the adjustment amount
ADJ.FIELDn Additive Optional n field (n = 1 to 12)
ADJ.FRACTIONOFMAKEUP Percentage of current adjustment based on the additives makeup amount (as a decimal ie: 0.25=25%, 1.00=100%)
ADJ.ID Unique ID number
ADJ.INCREMENTS Precision used for rounding of the calculated adjustment amount
ADJ.INTERNALPARTNUMBER Additive internal part number
ADJ.ITEMNUM Adjustment item number. ie ADJ1 number is 1
ADJ.LOTLABELS List of lot labels associated with this adjustment
ADJ.LOTLABELS(#) Lot label associated with this adjustment. Replace # with the number of lots you want to show
ADJ.MAKEUPAMOUNT Makeup amount of additive in defined makeup unit
ADJ.MAKEUPSHORTUNIT Short name for the additive’s makeup unit
ADJ.MAKEUPUNIT Name for the additive’s makeup unit
ADJ.MAXADD The maximum add amount. Adds will not be greater than [ADJ.MAXADD]
ADJ.MINADD The minimum add amount. No adds will be given if [ADJ.RAWVALUE] is less than [ADJ.MINADD]
ADJ.MINUTESSINCESIGNOFF Minutes since the last signed off addition of referenced additive (-1 if no previous additions)
ADJ.MSDS MSDS associated with this adjustment
ADJ.MTO Metal turnover. Percentage added (as a decimal) since the last remake, based on the additives makeup amount
ADJ.NAME Name of the additive
ADJ.NOTES Notes assigned by a rule that are directly associated with the adjustment item
ADJ.NUM Adjustment item number. ie ADJ1 number is 1
ADJ.ORIGINALVALUE Amount of addition prior to any user editing
ADJ.OUTSTANDINGADDAMOUNT Amount of any outstanding (not signed off) additions that may exist for referenced additive
ADJ.PARTNUMBER Part number for the additive
ADJ.PERCENTOFMAKEUP The percentage added, since the last remake, based on the additives makeup amount (as a decimal)
ADJ.PREVVALUE Previous adjustment amount (in the unit defined on the setup of the adjustment item)
ADJ.PREVVALUE(unit) Previous adjustment amount (in the unit specified)
ADJ.PRICEPERSTOCKUNIT Price per stock unit of the additive
ADJ.RAWVALUE The calculated adjustment amount (in the unit defined on the setup of the adjustment item) before rounding, applying the minimum and maximum add amounts, and other adjustments
ADJ.RAWVALUE(unit) The calculated adjustment amount (in the unit specified) before rounding, applying the minimum and maximum add amounts, and other adjustments
ADJ.REFERENCE The calculated adjustment amount (in the unit specified) before rounding, applying the minimum and maximum add amounts, and other adjustments
ADJ.SAMPLEBEFOREADDS Equals “1” if current test date/time is prior to last signed off add or if adds are outstanding, otherwise equals “0”
ADJ.SHORTNAME Short name of the additive
ADJ.SHORTSTOCKUNIT Short name of the additive’s stock unit
ADJ.SHORTUNIT Short name for the additive unit
ADJ.STARTADDSAT Threshold the [ADJ.BASEDON] item must reach before an add is requested
ADJ.STOCKUNIT Stock unit of the additive
ADJ.TOOBTAIN The target value of [ADJ.BASEDON] item
ADJ.TOVARY Amount of change to [ADJ.BASEDON] item when [ADJ.ADDAMOUNT] is added
ADJ.UNIT Name of the additive unit
ADJ.VALUE The displayed adjustment amount (in the unit defined on the setup of the adjustment item)
ADJ.VALUE(unit) The displayed adjustment (in the unit specified)
ADJ.VENDOR Vendor of the additive
ADJ.VERB Verb that describes addition or removal action

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General Variables

Name Description
COMPUTERNAME The current computer’s name
DATE The current date in the computer’s default format
DAY The current day (1-7)
DAYOFWEEK Current day of the week (Monday, Tuesday, etc.)
DAYOFWEEKSHORT The current day of the week (Mon, Tue, etc.)
HOUR The current hour of the day (0-23)
MONTH The current month (1-12)
RESULT The current value of the result or adjustment item. You can use this variable in a rule to reference the current item’s value
TIME The current time
WEEKDAY The current day of the week (1-7)
YEAR The current year

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GET Variables – GET variables are used to collect data from the end user

Name Description
GET.PROMPT Replace PROMPT with the text the user will see when entering the variable’s value

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{Group} Variables – {Group} is a user defined term in TrueChem. {Group}s contain a collection of {Object}s

Name Description
GRP.DATECREATED Date the {Group} was created
GRP.DESCP Name of the {Group}
GRP.DISTEMAIL Distribution e-mail
GRP.DISTFAX Distribution fax number
GRP.DISTINFO Distribution information
GRP.DISTLIST Distribution list
GRP.DSPMESSAGE The display message for the {Group} (on the {Group} setup form)
GRP.DISTPHONE Distribution phone number
GRP.FIELDn {Group} Optional n field (n = 1 to 12) defined in {Group} Setup
GRP.ID Unique ID number
GRP.NAME Name of the {Group}
GRP.PRTMESSAGE The print message for the {Group} (on the {Group} setup form)
GRP.SELECT1 User defined list in {Group} setup
GRP.SELECT1SHORT User defined list in {Group} setup

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Input Variables – A test may contain multiple input items. To specify a specific input item, you must include the item number associated with the input. If no item number is specified, TrueChem will use the current input item. Example: [INP4] will return the value of input item number 4.

Name Description
INP The value of the input item

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Inventory Variables – INV variables are used to reference current details of the Inventory module.

Name Description
INV.CONSMAXQTY Maximum quantity defined for consumable
INV.CONSMINQTY Minimum quantity defined for consumable
INV.CONSQTYONORDER Current amount of consumable on order
INV.CONSQTYUNUSABLE Current unusable amount of consumable
INV.CONSQTYUSABLE Current usable amount of consumable
INV.CONSREORDERPOINT Reorder point defined for consumable
INV.CONSSHORTNAME Short name of consumable
INV.CONSSTOCKBALANCE Current balance of consumable
INV.CONSSTOCKUNITNAME Stock unit name of consumable
INV.CONSTYPEDESCRIPTION Type description of consumable
INV.CONSUMABLENAME Name of additive
INV.LOTBALANCE Current balance of lot
INV.LOTDATEORDERED Date lot was ordered
INV.LOTDATERECEIVED Date lot was received
INV.LOTDATERETIRED Date lot was retired
INV.LOTEXPIRATION Expiration date of lot
INV.LOTLABEL Lot label
INV.LOTLOCATIONDESCRIPTION Storage location description of lot
INV.LOTMANUFDATE Manufacture date of lot
INV.LOTPRICEPERUNIT Price per stock unit of lot
INV.LOTQTYRECEIVED Quantity received for lot
INV.MANUFLOTID Manufacturer lot identifier
INV.MANUFNAME Manufacturer name
INV.MANUFPRODDESCRIPTION Manufacturer product description
INV.MANUFPRODMSDS Manufacturer product MSDS
INV.PODELIVERYDATE Requisition delivery date
INV.PONUMBER Requisition number
INV.POAMOUNT Quantity received for lot
INV.REQDELIVERYDATE Requisition delivery date
INV.REQNUMBER Requisition number
INV.TRANSAMOUNT Amount of transaction
INV.TRANSDATETIME Date/Time of transaction
INV.TRANSGROUPNAME Name of {Group} associated with transaction
INV.TRANSOBJECTNAME Name of {Object} associated with transaction
INV.TRANSTYPE Type of transaction
INV.TRANSUNITNAME Unit name of transaction amount
INV.TRANSUSERNAME TrueChem user associated with transaction
INV.VENADDRESS Vendor address
INV.VENCONTACT Vendor contact name
INV.VENDESCRIPTION Vendor description
INV.VENEMAIL Vendor e-mail address
INV.VENFAX Vendor fax number
INV.VENNAME Vendor name
INV.VENPHONE Vendor phone number
INV.VENPRODDESCRIPTION Vendor product description
INV.VENPRODPARTNUM Vendor part number
INV.VENWEBSITE Vendor website address

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Library Variables – You can reference a user defined library using variables. Library items can be custom documents or scripts.

Name Description
LIB.DESCRIPTION Replace Description with the description of the library you want to use. Example: [LIB.Safety Instructions] will return the library item with a description of Safety Instructions
LIB.ID Replace ID with the ID number of the library you want to use. Example: [LIB.12] will return library number 12
LIB.TABLELOOKUPX (lib name, Y-value) Returns a numeric value from a Lookup Table type library item. (more info)
LIB.TABLELOOKUPY (lib name, X-value) Returns a numeric value from a Lookup Table type library item. (more info)
LIB.TABLESELECT (lib name, index) Returns a text value from a Selection Table type library. (more info)

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Name Variables – Name variables are used to return the user defined terms in TrueChem.

Name Description
NAM.ACTION The word used to describe the action being performed on the current adjustment
NAM.ADD The word used to describe an addition (On the Terms Tab in SystemSetup)
NAM.CATEGORY The word used to describe a category (On the terms tab in System Setup)
NAM.COMPANY Your company’s name
NAM.CONSUMABLE The word used to describe item that are used within the company
NAM.EXCEPT The word used to describe exceptions (On the Terms Tab in SystemSetup)
NAM.GROUP The word used to describe {Group}s (On the Terms tab in System Setup)
NAM.GROUPFIELDn User defined term for Optional n (n = 1 to 12) field used in {Group} Setup
NAM.GROUPSELECT1 The description of the first user definable selection in {Group} setup
NAM.ITEM The word used to describe items (On the Terms Tab in SystemSetup)
NAM.OBJECT The word used to describe {Object}s (On the Terms Tab in SystemSetup)
NAM.OBJECTFIELDn User defined term for Optional n (n = 1 to 12) field used in {Object} Setup
NAM.OBJECTSELECT1 The description of the first user definable selection in {Object} Setup
NAM.PARTIAL The word used to describe a partial remake (On the Terms Tab in SystemSetup)
NAM.REMAKE The word used to describe a total remake (On the Terms Tab in SystemSetup)
NAM.REMOVE The word used to describe a remove (On the Terms Tab in SystemSetup)
NAM.REPORT The word used to describe a test report (On the Terms Tab in SystemSetup)
NAM.SEQUENCE1 The word used to describe sequence 1 (On the General Tab in [NAM.TREATMENT] System Setup)
NAM.SEQUENCE2 The word used to describe sequence 2 (On the General Tab in [NAM.TREATMENT] System Setup)
NAM.SHIFT1NAME Name of the 1st shift
NAM.SHIFT2NAME Name of the 2nd shift
NAM.SHIFT3NAME Name of the 3rd shift
NAM.SHIFT4NAME Name of the 4th shift
NAM.SHIFT5NAME Name of the 5th shift
NAM.SHIFT6NAME Name of the 6th shift
NAM.TESTDATETIME1 Name of the primary date and time when performing a test
NAM.TESTDATETIME2 Name of the secondary date and time when performing a test
NAM.TREATMENT The word used to describe products

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{Object} Variables – {Object} is a user defined term in TrueChem. {Object}s represent a single tank\bath\solution.

Name Description
OBJ.CURRVOLUME Volume of {Object} including the current level input
OBJ.DATECREATED Date {Object} was created
OBJ.DESCP Name of the {Object} as shown on the TrueChem Tree
OBJ.DESCRIPTION Name of the {Object} as shown on the TrueChem Tree
OBJ.DIMFT From top
OBJ.DIMUNIT Unit name for the dimensions of the {Object}
OBJ.DIMX Width
OBJ.DIMY Length
OBJ.DIMZ Height
OBJ.DSPMESSAGE Notes as defined on the {Object} Notes tab
OBJ.FIELDn {Object} Optional n field (n = 1 to 12) defined in {Object} Setup
OBJ.GHSIMAGE(p1,P2) HTML to display the GHS pictograms for an {Object}
   Optional parameters:
         p1 – 0=current {Object} (default), 1=use non-zero add chemicals
         p2 – 0=enlarge to fit space (default), 1=maintain original size
OBJ.GHSSIGNALWORD(p1,p2,p3,p4) HTML to display the GHS Signal Word for an {Object}
   Optional parameters:
         p1 – RGB color if Warning (000000-Black (default), FF0000-Red, etc.)
         p2 – RGB color if Danger (000000-Black (default), FF0000-Red, etc.)
         p3 – 0=current {Object} (default), 1=use non-zero add chemicals
         p4 – 0=return HTML, 1=return Signal Word only
OBJ.GHSSTATEMENTS(p1,p2,p3,p4) HTML to display the GHS Statements for an {Object}
   Optional parameters:
         p1 – 0=both (default), 1=Hazard only, 2=Precautionary only
         p2 – 0=wrap, 1=break after each, 2=bulleted list (default)
         p3 – 0=don’t show code, 1=code before statement (default), 2=code followed by colon
         p4 – 0=all {Object} statements (default), 1=only add chemical statements
OBJ.GROUPID The unique {Group} ID for this {Object}
OBJ.HMISHTMLIMAGE(p1) HTML to display the HMIS image for an {Object}
   Optional parameters:
         p1 – 1=display image 250% larger
OBJ.ID Unique ID number
OBJ.LASTCHANGED Date {Object} was last changed
OBJ.LASTREMAKE Date of last {Remake}
OBJ.LEVELINPUT The current operating level entered when performing a test
OBJ.LOCATION Location of the {Object}
OBJ.MAKEUPHTML HTML for displaying the makeup information of an {Object} (more info)
OBJ.MANUFACTURER Manufacturer of {Object}
OBJ.NAME Name of the {Object}
OBJ.PERCENTVOLUME Percentage of volume, as a decimal, of {Object} based on the current level
OBJ.PLACARDNOTES Placard notes for {Object}
OBJ.PPEHTMLIMAGES(p1,p2) HTML for displaying the PPE requirements for an {Object}
   Optional parameters:
         p1 – 0=no caption (default), 1=caption below, 2=caption above, 3=both
         p2 – 0=image at 40×30 (default), 1=enlarge to 60×45, 2=enlarge to 80×60
OBJ.REMAKENOTES {Remake} notes for {Object}
OBJ.RESPONSIBLEUSER Numerical identifier of {Object} responsible user
OBJ.RESPONSIBLEUSERID Login name of {Object} responsible user
OBJ.RESPONSIBLEUSERNAME First and last name of {Object} responsible user
OBJ.SAFETYIMAGE(p1) HTML to display the HMIS or GHS image for an {Object} (based on System Setting)
   Optional parameters:
         p1 – 1=display image 250% larger
OBJ.SELECT1 User defined list in {Object} setup
OBJ.SELECT1SHORT User defined list in {Object} setup
OBJ.STATUS Current status of an {Object} (1-Active, 2-Retired (Deactivated))
OBJ.STATUSNAME Current status of an {Object} (Active, Retired)
OBJ.TREENAME Name of the {Object} as shown on the TrueChem Tree
OBJ.VOLSHORTUNIT Short name of the volume unit
OBJ.VOLUME Volume of {Object}
OBJ.VOLUNIT Name of the volume unit

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Result Variables – A test may contain multiple result items. To specify a specific result item, you must include the item number associated with the result. If no item number is specified, TrueChem will use the current result item. Example: [RST4.VALUE] will return the value of result item number 4.

Name Description
RST.CALC Calculation or script text
RST.CP Calculated Cp of results
RST.CPK Calculated Cpk of results
RST.CURRENTVALUE The current or previous result value
RST.DESCP Description of the result
RST.DISPLAYVALUE Displayed value of result item (set by a rule action)
RST.ESTSTDDEV Estimated standard deviation of results
RST.FIELDn Result Optional n field (n = 3 to 12)
RST.GAUGE Gauge defined for result item
RST.ID Unique ID number
RST.LCL Lower control limit of result
RST.LSL Lower spec limit
RST.MCL Middle control limit
RST.MEAN Calculated Mean of results
RST.NAME Description of the result
RST.NOTES Notes assigned by a rule that are directly associated with the result item
RST.NUM Result number
RST.OPT Optimum spec limit
RST.PERCENTCHANGE Variance, in absolute decimal percent (0.20 = 20%) of the current value of the result compared to the previous value of result. Example, current value =
108, previous value = 100, [RST.PercentChange] = 0.08
RST.PP Calculated Pp of results
RST.PPK Calculated Ppk of results
RST.PREV Previous result used in trending (x out of the last y) as this variable provides regression by always comparing the two successive values
RST.PREVVALUE Previous result value
RST.RLL Range lower limit
RST.RML Range middle limit
RST.RUL Range upper limit
RST.SCHEDFREQLEVEL See [RST.SCHEDULEFREQUENCYLEVEL]
RST.SCHEDULEFREQUENCYLEVEL Frequency level of the result (Normal, Accelerated, Decelerated)
RST.SCHEDULESTATUS Schedule status of the result (Deactivated, Due, Late, Not Due, Not Scheduled)
RST.SHORT Short description of the result
RST.SPCPOINTS Number of points used for SPC calculations
RST.STDDEV Standard deviation of results
RST.TREND(#) Returns 1 if trend (up or down) is detected, 0 otherwise. Replace # with number of points to include in trend analysis (more info)
RST.TRENDDOWN(#) Returns 1 if downward trend is detected, 0 otherwise. Replace # with number of points to include in trend analysis (more info)
RST.TRENDSAWTOOTH(#) Returns 1 if sawtooth trend (…>, <, >, <, etc) is detected, 0 otherwise. Replace # with number of points to include in trend analysis (more info)
RST.TRENDUP(#) Returns 1 if upward trend is detected, 0 otherwise. Replace # with number of points to include in trend analysis (more info)
RST.UCL Upper control limit of result
RST.USER1LOWER Lower other 1 limit
RST.USER1UPPER Upper other 1 limit
RST.USER2LOWER Lower other 2 limit
RST.USER2UPPER Upper other 2 limit
RST.USL Upper spec limit
RST.VALUE Calculated value of the result
RST.VOLUMEADJUSTED Returns current value of the result adjusted for volume differences

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Run Variables – Run variables are used to perform tasks within a script or calculation.

Name Description
RUN.CALC(C) Returns the result of a simple one line calculation. Replace C with the calculation to be evaluated
RUN.LIB(L) Returns the result of a library script. Replace L with the ID or Description of the library script to be evaluated
RUN.SCRIPT(S) Executes a simple script and can return a value if script contains “result=”. Replace S with the script to be executed

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Schedule Variables – Schedule variables are used to obtain data related to a scheduled item when sending emails or other notifications. NOTE: These variables are invalid in other areas of TrueChem.

Name Description
SCH.ALLOTTEDTIME The allotted time of the schedule
SCH.DESCP The name of the scheduled item
SCH.ENDDATETIME The end date and time of the schedule
SCH.FREQDESCP The schedule frequency
SCH.LASTDONE The date and time the schedule was last done
SCH.MISSED The number of times the schedule has been missed
SCH.NAME The name of the scheduled item
SCH.PRIORITY the priority of the schedule
SCH.STARTDATETIME The start date and time of the schedule

NOTE: The following variables are also valid schedule variables: [DATE], [TIME], [OBJ.NAME], [OBJ.DESCP], [OBJ.LOCATION], [GRP.NAME], [GRP.DESCP] and all Name variables.

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System Variables

Name Description
SYS.APPPATH Path to TrueChem.exe
SYS.DATAPATH Path to TrueChem database or database connection file
SYS.TEMPPATH Path to TrueChem temporary directory

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Test Variables – Test variables are used when performing a test.

Name Description
TST.DATE Primary test date
TST.DATE1 Primary test date
TST.DATE2 Secondary test date
TST.ELAPSEDDATE1 Number of minutes between the current value of Date1 and the last saved value of Date1
TST.ELAPSEDDATE2 Number of minutes between the current value of Date2 and the last saved value of Date2
TST.ELAPSEDDATE3 Number of minutes between the current time and the last saved test
TST.ID Unique ID number
TST.NOTES Current test notes
TST.PARTIAL Current test partial percentage (as a decimal)
TST.REMAKE Current test remake (returns “True” or “False”)
TST.REPORTID Current test report ID
TST.SAMPLEDATE Sample date and time
TST.SAMPLEFIELDn Sample Optional n field (n = 1 to 12)
TST.SAMPLENOTES Sample notes
TST.SAMPLENUMBER Sample number
TST.SAMPLERECVDATE Date and time sample was received
TST.TIME Current test time
TST.TIME1 Current test time 1
TST.TIME2 Current test time 2
TST.DATETIME1 Current test data time 1
TST.DATETIME2 Current test data time 2

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User Variables – User variables are used to access information of the user who is currently logged on to TrueChem.

Name Description
USR.ADDR The current users address
USR.DEPT The current users department
USR.EMAIL The current users Email address
USR.EXT The current users extension
USR.FAX The current users Fax number
USR.FIELDn The current users Optional n field (n = 3 to 12)
USR.FNAME The current users first name
USR.ID The current users user ID
USR.LNAME The current users last name
USR.NAME The current users first and last name
USR.PHONE The current uses phone
USR.TITLE The current users Title

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User-Defined Variables – User defined variables are used to store and retrieve information.

Name Description
VAR.GET(NAME) Replace NAME with the name of the variable. Returns the current value for the user defined variables
VAR.PUT(NAME=VALUE) Replace NAME with the name of the variable and VALUE with the value to store. Sets the value of the user defined variable

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Units – When using variables with a unit parameter, use the units short name to specify which unit to return the value in.

For example, the following variables will work correctly:

[ADJ.VALUE(gal)]
[ADJ.VALUE(lt)]
[ADJ.VALUE(ml)]
[ADJ.ACCUM(gal)]
[ADJ.ACCUM(lt)]
[ADJ.ACCUM(ml)]

The following examples will NOT work:

[ADJ.VALUE(gallons)] :: uses unit long name instead of short name
[ADJ.VALUE (lt) ] :: space prior to first “(”
[ADJ.VALUE ml] :: missing parentheses around unit short name

Use the tables below to help identify a unit’s short name. NOTE: You cannot convert units between tables.

Volume

barrel Fluid bbl
cubic centimeter cc
cubic foot f3
cubic inch in3
cubic kilometer km3
cubic millimeter mm3
cup c
drop gtt
gallon gal
imperial gallon imp gal
liter lt
fluid ounce floz
pint pt
quart qt
tablespoon tbsp
teaspoon tsp
milliliter ml
cubic meters m3
cubic yard yd3

Mass

grain gr
gram g
kilogram kg
milligram mg
ounce oz
troy ounce troz
pound lb

Length

centimeter cm
foot ft
inch in
kilometer km
meter m
millimeter mm
yard yd
Micron u

Time

day d
hour hr
minute min
month mon
second sec
year yr

Current

ampere hour A h

Speed

miles per hour mph
feet per minute fpm
feet per second fps
kilometer per hour km/h
meters per second mps
meters per minute mpm

Temperature

British thermal unit Btu

Proportion

Molarity Mol
molality mo
normality N
part per million ppm
percent %

Area

square centimeter cm2
square foot f2
square inch in2
square kilometer km2
square mile mi2
square millimeter mm2
square yard y2
square Meter m2
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