TimeSpan.Compare(TimeSpan, TimeSpan) Méthode

Définition

Compare deux valeurs TimeSpan et retourne un entier qui indique si la première valeur est plus courte, identique ou plus longue que la deuxième valeur.Compares two TimeSpan values and returns an integer that indicates whether the first value is shorter than, equal to, or longer than the second value.

public:
 static int Compare(TimeSpan t1, TimeSpan t2);
public static int Compare (TimeSpan t1, TimeSpan t2);
static member Compare : TimeSpan * TimeSpan -> int
Public Shared Function Compare (t1 As TimeSpan, t2 As TimeSpan) As Integer

Paramètres

t1
TimeSpan

Premier intervalle de temps à comparer.The first time interval to compare.

t2
TimeSpan

Second intervalle de temps à comparer.The second time interval to compare.

Retours

Une des valeurs ci-dessous.One of the following values.

ValeurValue DescriptionDescription
-1-1 t1 est plus court que t2.t1 is shorter than t2.
00 t1 est égal à t2.t1 is equal to t2.
11 t1 est plus long que t2.t1 is longer than t2.

Exemples

L’exemple suivant utilise la méthode Compare pour comparer plusieurs objets TimeSpan avec un objet TimeSpan dont la valeur est un intervalle de 2 heures.The following example uses the Compare method to compare several TimeSpan objects with a TimeSpan object whose value is a 2-hour time interval.

// Define a time interval equal to two hours.
TimeSpan baseInterval = new TimeSpan( 2, 0, 0);

// Define an array of time intervals to compare with
// the base interval.
TimeSpan[] spans = { 
    TimeSpan.FromSeconds(-2.5),
    TimeSpan.FromMinutes(20),
    TimeSpan.FromHours(1), 
    TimeSpan.FromMinutes(90),
    baseInterval,  
    TimeSpan.FromDays(.5), 
    TimeSpan.FromDays(1) 
};

// Compare the time intervals.
foreach (var span in spans) {
   int result = TimeSpan.Compare(baseInterval, span);
   Console.WriteLine("{0} {1} {2} (Compare returns {3})", 
                     baseInterval,
                     result == 1 ? ">" : result == 0 ? "=" : "<",
                     span, result);     
}

// The example displays the following output:
//       02:00:00 > -00:00:02.5000000 (Compare returns 1)
//       02:00:00 > 00:20:00 (Compare returns 1)
//       02:00:00 > 01:00:00 (Compare returns 1)
//       02:00:00 > 01:30:00 (Compare returns 1)
//       02:00:00 = 02:00:00 (Compare returns 0)
//       02:00:00 < 12:00:00 (Compare returns -1)
//       02:00:00 < 1.00:00:00 (Compare returns -1)
Public Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        ' Define a time interval equal to 2 hours.
        Dim baseInterval As New TimeSpan( 2, 0, 0)

        ' Define an array of time intervals to compare with  
        ' the base interval.
        Dim spans() As TimeSpan = { TimeSpan.FromSeconds(-2.5),
                                    TimeSpan.FromMinutes(20),
                                    TimeSpan.FromHours(1), 
                                    TimeSpan.FromMinutes(90),
                                    baseInterval,  
                                    TimeSpan.FromDays(.5), 
                                    TimeSpan.FromDays(1) }

        ' Compare the time intervals.
        For Each span In spans
           Dim result As Integer = TimeSpan.Compare(baseInterval, span)
           Console.WriteLine("{0} {1} {2} (Compare returns {3})", 
                             baseInterval,
                             If(result = 1, ">", If(result = 0, "=", "<")),
                             span, result)
        Next
    End Sub 
End Module 
' The example displays the following output:
'       02:00:00 > -00:00:02.5000000 (Compare return
'       02:00:00 > 00:20:00 (Compare returns 1
'       02:00:00 > 01:00:00 (Compare returns 1
'       02:00:00 > 01:30:00 (Compare returns 1
'       02:00:00 = 02:00:00 (Compare returns 0
'       02:00:00 < 12:00:00 (Compare returns -1
'       02:00:00 < 1.00:00:00 (Compare returns -1

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