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Parse string to create new TimeSpan
 
Module MyModule
   Public Sub Main()

        Dim values() As String = "12""31.""11.8:32:16"".12"}
        For Each value As String In values
           Try
              Dim ts As TimeSpan = TimeSpan.Parse(value)
              Console.WriteLine("'{0}' --> {1}", value, ts)
           Catch As Exception
              Console.WriteLine("Exception")
           End Try   
        Next

   End Sub
End Module

   
  
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