TimeSpan.Addition(TimeSpan, TimeSpan) TimeSpan.Addition(TimeSpan, TimeSpan) TimeSpan.Addition(TimeSpan, TimeSpan) TimeSpan.Addition(TimeSpan, TimeSpan) Operator

Definition

Adds two specified TimeSpan instances.

public:
 static TimeSpan operator +(TimeSpan t1, TimeSpan t2);
public static TimeSpan operator + (TimeSpan t1, TimeSpan t2);
static member ( + ) : TimeSpan * TimeSpan -> TimeSpan
Public Shared Operator + (t1 As TimeSpan, t2 As TimeSpan) As TimeSpan

Parameters

t1
TimeSpan TimeSpan TimeSpan TimeSpan

The first time interval to add.

t2
TimeSpan TimeSpan TimeSpan TimeSpan

The second time interval to add.

Returns

An object whose value is the sum of the values of t1 and t2.

Exceptions

Remarks

The Addition method defines the addition operator for TimeSpan values. It enables code such as the following:

TimeSpan time1 = new TimeSpan(1, 0, 0, 0);   // TimeSpan equivalent to 1 day.
TimeSpan time2 = new TimeSpan(12, 0, 0);     // TimeSpan equivalent to 1/2 day.
TimeSpan time3 = time1 + time2;              // Add the two time spans.

Console.WriteLine("  {0,12}\n +  {1,10}\n   {3}\n    {2,10}", 
                  time1, time2, time3, new String('_', 10));
// The example displays the following output:
//           1.00:00:00
//        +    12:00:00
//          __________
//           1.12:00:00
Dim time1 As New TimeSpan(1, 0, 0, 0)   ' TimeSpan equivalent to 1 day.
Dim time2 As New TimeSpan(12, 0, 0)     ' TimeSpan equivalent to 1/2 day.
Dim time3 As TimeSpan = time1 + time2   ' Add the two time spans.

Console.WriteLine("  {0,12}{3} +  {1,10}{3}   {4}{3}    {2,10}", _
                  time1, time2, time3, vbCrLf, New String("_"c, 10))
' The example displays the following output:
'           1.00:00:00
'        +    12:00:00
'          __________
'           1.12:00:00

Languages that do not support custom operators can call the Add method instead.

The equivalent method for this operator is TimeSpan.Add(TimeSpan)

Applies to

See also