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public struct Duration : IEquatable<Duration>, IComparable<Duration>, IComparable
Public Structure Duration Implements IEquatable(Of Duration), IComparable(Of Duration), IComparable
public value class Duration : IEquatable<Duration>, IComparable<Duration>, IComparable
All Members  Methods  Properties  Fields  
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Add(Duration, Duration) 
Adds one duration to another. Friendly alternative to operator+().
 
Addition(Duration, Duration) 
Implements the operator + (addition).
 
CompareTo(Duration) 
Compares the current object with another object of the same type.
 
Divide(Duration, Int64) 
Divides a duration by a number. Friendly alternative to operator/().
 
Division(Duration, Int64) 
Implements the operator / (division).
 
Epsilon 
Represents the Duration value equals to 1 tick; the smallest amount by which an instant can vary.
This field is readonly.
 
Equality(Duration, Duration) 
Implements the operator == (equality).
 
Equals(Object) 
Determines whether the specified Object is equal to this instance.
(Overrides ValueType.Equals(Object).)  
Equals(Duration) 
Indicates whether the current object is equal to another object of the same type.
 
FromHours(Int64) 
Returns a Duration that represents the given number of hours.
 
FromMilliseconds(Int64) 
Returns a Duration that represents the given number of milliseconds.
 
FromMinutes(Int64) 
Returns a Duration that represents the given number of minutes.
 
FromSeconds(Int64) 
Returns a Duration that represents the given number of seconds.
 
FromStandardDays(Int64) 
Returns a Duration that represents the given number of days, assuming a 'standard' 24hour
day.
 
FromStandardWeeks(Int64) 
Returns a Duration that represents the given number of weeks, assuming a 'standard' week
consisting of seven 24hour days.
 
FromTicks(Int64) 
Returns a Duration that represents the given number of ticks.
 
FromTimeSpan(TimeSpan) 
Returns a Duration that represents the same number of ticks as the
given TimeSpan.
 
GetHashCode()()()() 
Returns a hash code for this instance.
(Overrides ValueType.GetHashCode()()()().)  
GreaterThan(Duration, Duration) 
Implements the operator > (greater than).
 
GreaterThanOrEqual(Duration, Duration) 
Implements the operator >= (greater than or equal).
 
Inequality(Duration, Duration) 
Implements the operator != (inequality).
 
LessThan(Duration, Duration) 
Implements the operator < (less than).
 
LessThanOrEqual(Duration, Duration) 
Implements the operator <= (less than or equal).
 
Minus(Duration) 
Returns the result of subtracting another duration from this one, for a fluent alternative to operator().
 
Multiply(Duration, Int64) 
Implements the operator * (multiplication).
 
Multiply(Int64, Duration) 
Implements the operator * (multiplication).
 
Multiply(Duration, Int64) 
Multiplies a duration by a number. Friendly alternative to operator*().
 
Multiply(Int64, Duration) 
Multiplies a duration by a number. Friendly alternative to operator*().
 
Negate(Duration) 
Implements a friendly alternative to the unary negation operator.
 
Plus(Duration) 
Returns the result of adding another duration to this one, for a fluent alternative to operator+().
 
Subtract(Duration, Duration) 
Subtracts one duration from another. Friendly alternative to operator().
 
Subtraction(Duration, Duration) 
Implements the operator  (subtraction).
 
Ticks 
The total number of ticks in the duration.
 
ToString()()()() 
Gets the value as a String including the number of ticks represented by this duration.
(Overrides ValueType.ToString()()()().)  
ToTimeSpan()()()() 
Returns a TimeSpan that represents the same number of ticks as this
Duration.
 
UnaryNegation(Duration) 
Implements the unary negation operator.
 
Zero 
Represents the zero Duration value.
This field is readonly.

A duration is a length of time defined by an integral number of 'ticks', where a tick is equal to 100 nanoseconds. There are 10,000 ticks in a millisecond. Although durations are usually used with a positive number of ticks, negative durations are valid, and may occur naturally when e.g. subtracting an earlier Instant from a later one.
A duration represents a fixed length of elapsed time along the time line that occupies the same amount of time regardless of when it is applied. In contrast, Period represents a period of time in calendrical terms (hours, days, and so on) that may vary in elapsed time when applied.
In general, use Duration to represent durations applied to global types like Instant and ZonedDateTime; use Period to represent a period applied to local types like LocalDateTime.
Assembly: NodaTime (Module: NodaTime.dll) Version: 1.1.0.0 (1.1.1)