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convert a temperature in Kelvin to Celcius and Fahrenheit.

convert a temperature in Kelvin to Celcius and Fahrenheit.

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can someone plase provide the formula to convert a temperature in Kelvin to Celcius and Fahrenheit.

Thanks

RE: convert a temperature in Kelvin to Celcius and Fahrenheit.

ha ha ha - that has to be the most randomly misplaced thread i have ever seen in these forums (or any others)!

almost tempted to give it a star for all the wrong reasons but for brightening my day!

hi geoff, hows it going?

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How do I get the best answers?

RE: convert a temperature in Kelvin to Celcius and Fahrenheit.

Hey Loomah - going well thanks - you?
Building data warehouses in australia now which is good but means I get to spend less tim on the forums :(
You doing stuff with SSIS?

Rgds, Geoff

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Please read FAQ222-2244: How to get the best answers before you ask a question

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