How to convert datetime into a number?

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Lu Da Silva le 3 Avr 2022
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I have a table whose first column is a timestamp in the format 08-Jan-2016 05:40:00. How do I convert it into numbers?
Wanted output: 20160108054000.
I know the function yyyymmdd(X) is useful but I also need the time to be added.
Thanks!
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KSSV le 3 Avr 2022

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KSSV le 3 Avr 2022
dt = datestr(now,'yyyymmddHHMMSS')
dt = '20220403132156'
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Siddharth Bhutiya le 5 Avr 2022
Avoid using older legacy functions like datestr and datenum. Use the more modern types like datetime to work with timestamped data.
@Lu Da Silva Could you share a code example to demonstrate what you are seeing. This way people can run that on their MATLAB and suggest possible solutions instead of trying to guess what the problem could be.
Boyd Tolton le 6 Août 2024
Although datetime does provide more precision than datenum (and requires more memory), this precision is not needed by most applications. Also, you will note that the dir command outputs the datenum for files.

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Stephen23 le 6 Août 2024
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txt = '08-Jan-2016 05:40:00'
txt = '08-Jan-2016 05:40:00'
dtn = datetime(txt,'InputFormat','d-MMM-y H:m:s', 'Format','yyyyMMddHHmmss')
dtn = datetime
20160108054000
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