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Hello I am using a script to find out password expiration on user accounts. My script returns a variable $daystoexpire in a format like this 38.03:17:32.2838808 which include the days, hours minutes etc. I only need the days. How can I trim this to only include the days. Thanks.

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Will this work?
$days = $daystoexpire.substring(0,$daystoexpire.IndexOf("."))

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RE: Trim or Left

works thank you!

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