When defining a formula or calculated key figure, you can use the following data functions as operators.
Operator 
Operator Name 
Description 

COUNT 
Counter 
COUNT(<Expression>) Returns value 1 if the expression <> identified by <Expression> results in 0, otherwise 0. 
DATE 
Casting Operator Date 
DATE The value is given as the number of days starting from 01.01.0000 and then displayed as a date. The value can be between 0 and a million. This which allows for a date range between 01.01.0000 and 27.11.2738. 
DELTA 
Delta 
DELTA(<Expression>) Returns value 1 if the expression identified by <Expression> results in 0, otherwise 0. Caution
This function is identical to the NOT operator and should not be used anymore. 
FIX  FIX  Fixes the context of the aggregation by preventing the exception aggregation from using the GROUPBY clause. The constant selection is therefore made before the formula calculation (see Fix Operator). 
NDIV0 
No DIV0 
NDIV(<Expression>) Results in 0 if the expression identified by <Expression> is caused by a division by 0 during calculation. Otherwise, the result is the value of the expression. This is used in order to avoid error messages or so that you can continue calculating with a defined result. 
NODIM 
Value without Units or Currencies 
NODIM(<Expression>) Returns purely numerical values of <expression> and suppresses units and currencies. 
NOERR 
No Error 
NOERR(<Expression>) Results in 0 if the calculation of <expression> causes an arithmetical error. Otherwise, the result is the value of the expression. This is used in order to avoid error messages or so that you can continue calculating with a defined result. 
SUMCT 
Norming Operation Result 
SUMCT <Operand> Returns the result of the operand at the nexthighest level (intermediate result) (see Percentage Functions, %CT). 
SUMGT 
Norming Operation Grand Total 
SUMGT <Operand> Returns the grand total of the operand (see Percentage Functions, %GT). 
SUMRT 
Norming Operation Query Result 
SUMRT <Operand> Returns the query result of the operand (see Percentage Functions, %RT). Unlike the process for calculating the overall result, dynamic filters are not used in the calculation of the query result. This means that the calculation always normalizes to the same value, irrespective of the filter status and the navigational state. 
TIME 
Casting Operator Time 
TIME The TIME operator takes any key figure or (partial) formula and makes a key figure of type TIME. The system removes the decimal places, interprets the value as seconds, and returns the value in the form +hh:mm:ss. Example
4812 is thus displayed as 1:20:12. A number is expressed as the number of seconds from 00:00:00 and is expressed in hours, minutes, and seconds. A key figure of type TIME with value 0 is displayed as 00:00:00. Negative times are allowed: For a negative number the system calculates backwards from 00:00:00. You can enter any number of hours. After 24 hours, the system does not restart again at 0. 
NOERR (x): Equal to 0 for undefined calculations, otherwise x
NOERR(SQRT(1)) = 0
Result (SUMCT)
Year 
Region 
Revenue 
SUMCT 'Revenue' 

1999 
North 
30 
60 

South 
30 
60 

Result 1999 
60 
180 
2000 
North 
60 
120 

South 
60 
120 

Result 2000 
120 
180 
Overall Result 

180 
180 
Grand Total (SUMGT)
Year 
Region 
Revenue 
SUMGT 'Revenue' 

1999 
North 
30 
180 

South 
30 
180 

Result 1999 
60 
180 
2000 
North 
60 
180 

South 
60 
180 

Result 2000 
120 
180 
Overall Result 

180 
180 
Query Result (Report Total) (SUMRT)
Year 
Region 
Revenue 
SUMRT "Revenue" 

1999 
North 
30 
180 

South 
30 
180 

Result 1999 
60 
180 
Overall Result 

60 
180 
The year 1999 is in the dynamic filter. The missing revenue 120 comes from the year 2000 (see SUMGT).
Process Value as Time (TIME)
This function is mainly intended for offset calculations. If you want to calculate 4 hours for time key figures for example, you can use the TIME operator.