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Year as two digits, unless only one digit is needed Year as two digits A leading zero prefixes the values 0 through 9 Year as at least three digits Year using four digits Year using five digits Time zone offset in hours Time zone offset in hours A leading zero prefixes the values 0 through 9 Time zone offset in hours and minutes Separator for time components Separator for date components The standard format associated with fmt
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The following program demonstrates several custom time and date formats:
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// Format time and date information using System; class CustomTimeAndDateFormatsDemo { static void Main() { DateTime dt = DateTimeNow; ConsoleWriteLine("Time is {0:hh:mm tt}", dt); ConsoleWriteLine("24 hour time is {0:HH:mm}", dt); ConsoleWriteLine("Date is {0:ddd MMM dd, yyyy}", dt); ConsoleWriteLine("Era: {0:gg}", dt); ConsoleWriteLine("Time with seconds: " + "{0:HH:mm:ss tt}", dt); ConsoleWriteLine("Use m for day of month: {0:m}", dt); ConsoleWriteLine("Use m for minutes: {0:%m}", dt); } }
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Time is 11:19 AM 24 hour time is 11:19 Date is Thu Feb 11, 2010 Era: AD Time with seconds: 11:19:40 AM Use m for day of month: February 11 Use m for minutes: 19
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Formatting Time Spans
Beginning with NET Framework 40, you can also format objects of type TimeSpan TimeSpan is a structure that represents a span of time A TimeSpan object can be obtained in various ways, one of which is by subtracting one DateTime object from another Although it is not common to format a TimeSpan value, it warrants a brief mention By default, TimeSpan supports three standard format specifiers: c, g, and G These correspond to an invariant form, a culture-sensitive short form, and a culture-sensitive long form, which always includes days TimeSpan also supports custom format specifiers These are shown in Table 22-9 In general, if one of these characters is used by itself, precede the character with a %
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Strings and Formatting
Placeholder d, dd, ddd, dddd, ddddd, dddddd, ddddddd h, hh m, mm s, ss f, ff, fff, ffff, fffff, ffffff, fffffff F, FF, FFF, FFFF, FFFFF, FFFFFF, FFFFFFF
TABLE 22-9
Replaced By Whole days If more than one d is specified, then at least that number of digits will be displayed, with leading zeros as needed Hours (not counting those that are part of whole days) If hh is specified, then two digits are displayed, with a leading zero as needed Minutes (not counting those that are part of whole hours) If mm is specified, then two digits are displayed, with a leading zero as needed Seconds (not counting those that are part of whole minutes) If ss is specified, then two digits are displayed, with a leading zero as needed
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Fractional seconds The number of fs specify the precision Remaining digits will be truncated Fractional seconds The number of Fs specify the number of significant digits to display Trailing zeros are not displayed Remaining digits will be truncated
The Custom TimeSpan Placeholder Characters
The following program demonstrates the formatting of TimeSpan objects by displaying the approximate amount of time it takes a for loop to display 1,000 integers:
// Format a TimeSpan using System; class TimeSpanDemo { static void Main() { DateTime start = DateTimeNow; // Output the numbers 1 through 1000 for(int i = 1; i <= 1000; i++) { ConsoleWrite(i + " "); if((i % 10) == 0) ConsoleWriteLine(); } ConsoleWriteLine(); DateTime end = DateTimeNow; TimeSpan span = end - start; ConsoleWriteLine("Run time: {0:c}", span); ConsoleWriteLine("Run time: {0:g}", span); ConsoleWriteLine("Run time: {0:G}", span); ConsoleWriteLine("Run time: 0{0:fff} seconds", span); } }
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Sample output is shown here:
981 982 983 984 985 986 987 988 989 990 991 992 993 994 995 996 997 998 999 1000 Run Run Run Run time: time: time: time: 00:00:000140000 0:00:00014 0:00:00:000140000 0014 seconds
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