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Standard TimeSpan Format Strings
 

Module Example
   Public Sub Main()
      Dim duration As New TimeSpan(1122362)
      Dim output As String = "Time of Travel: " + duration.ToString("c")
      Console.WriteLine(output)

      Console.WriteLine("Time of Travel: {0:c}", duration
   End Sub
End Module

   
  
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1.Generic and nongeneric versions of the CompareTo method for TimeSpan value
2.Use a TimeSpan value with the Join method.
3.Format TimeSpan
4.Initialize a time span to zero
5.Initialize a time span to 14 days
6.Initialize a time span to 1:02:03
7.Initialize a time span to 250 milliseconds
8.Initalize a time span to 99 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes, and 59.9999999 seconds
9.Initalize a timespan to 25 milliseconds
10.Displays the strings returned by calling the ToString method with a number of TimeSpan values.
11.Use the TryParse method to create TimeSpan objects from TimeSpan strings
12.Thread.Sleep(TimeSpan) method
13.TimeSpan Structure Represents a time interval.
14.Create TimeSpan with hour, minute and second
15.Display individual properties of the resulting TimeSpan object
16.TimeSpan.TicksPerDay Field represents the number of ticks in 1 day. This field is constant.
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