## Compare timespan to integer

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**This question already has an answer here**:

There is the property TotalDays

There's also `TotalHours`

, `TotalMinutes`

, `TotalSeconds`

and `TotalMilliseconds`

. You should check out the TimeSpan-properties for more information

**Compare timespan to integer,** There is the property TotalDays. There's also TotalHours , TotalMinutes , TotalSeconds and TotalMilliseconds . You should check out the Yes, my answer was based on the assumption that the user wanted to compare to an integer, so just whole days and not fractions – Riccardo Bellini Aug 1 '18 at 9:10 2 30 days 23 hours 59 minutes still gives Days = 30 , but TotalDays = 30.999xxx , so there is a significant difference. – angry person Aug 1 '18 at 9:11

You can use the property `Days`

of the `TimeSpan`

object, which returns the days component of the time interval

if (ts.Days == 30) { // do something }

**TimeSpan.Compare(TimeSpan, TimeSpan) Method (System ,** I need to convert a timespan into an integer. I have two dates that I am subtracting one from the other, returning a value in days. I then need to Compares this instance to a specified object or TimeSpan object and returns an integer that indicates whether this instance is shorter than, equal to, or longer than the specified object or TimeSpan object.

TimeSpan t = new TimeSpan(); if(t.TotalDays==30) { //Do Something }

**convert from timespan to integer,** I know this has halready had a response marked as the answer, but I was thinking it might be fun to look at it from another viewpoint. The TimeSpan.Compare() method in C# is used to compare two TimeSpan values and returns an integer that indicates whether the first value is shorter than, equal to, or longer than the second value. The return value is -1 if span1 is shorter than span2, 0 if span1=span2, whereas 1 if span1 is longer than span2.

**[Solved] TimeSpan to integer,** This method is used to compare two TimeSpan values and returns an integer value which Syntax: public static int Compare (TimeSpan t1, TimeSpan t2);. TimeSpan.Compare() Method in C# This method is used to compare two TimeSpan values and returns an integer value which indicates whether the first value is shorter than, equal to, or longer than the second value.

**TimeSpan.Compare() Method in C#,** Or conversely, is there a way I can convert an integer into a time span to use in the logical comparison? Thanks for any input! David. Dim TimeSpan As TimeSpan = New TimeSpan(DateTime.UtcNow.AddHours(4.5).Ticks) Dim Today As Integer = Val(Math.Round(CDbl(TimeSpan.TotalDays))) Always Persian Gulf Reply

**Converting Timespan to Integer in Analytics,** C# TimeSpan struct represents a time interval that is difference between two times measured in number of days, hours, minutes, and seconds. C# TimeSpan struct represents a time interval that is difference between two times measured in number of days, hours, minutes, and seconds. C# TimeSpan is used to compare two C# DateTime objects to find the difference between two dates.

##### Comments

- You should try to press F1 or use intelissense some time : msdn.microsoft.com/fr-fr/library/…
- Is 30 days and 1 tick essentially equal to 30 days?
- be careful, there is a difference between
`Days`

and`TotalDays`

- @peter, yes but still 1 and 1.xx will give the same result when compare to int.
- Yes, my answer was based on the assumption that the user wanted to compare to an integer, so just whole days and not fractions
- 30 days 23 hours 59 minutes still gives
`Days = 30`

, but`TotalDays = 30.999xxx`

, so there**is**a significant difference. - It
*might*be a dupe, I'm still not convinced the OP want's to discard the time on that 30th day and just say "30 ish". It is a big difference between "exactly 30 days" and "30 days and some extra time". - Please explain your code and how it solves the OP's question (meta.stackexchange.com/questions/114762/…)
- found the right solution for me thanks for the help