Assumed your date is defined as 8,0 in the format YYYMMDD, you may try the
following:

Char(Date(Digits(NumDate) concat '000000'), ISO)

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Betreff: sql in strsql and something like editc or editw

Sometime I run quick sql's for users and give a print key. They want the
dates (numeric 8.0) to not look like 20,110,622.
Would prefer 2011-06-22 or even 20110622.
Forget that this is a date (same problem w/ssn, etc) how to simply (in a few
seconds)apply edit codes to numbers in sql select.
Jim Franz

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