3.5.1.2.14 Time

Description

This function returns the Julian-day value which Origin uses internally to represent time.


See this note.

Syntax

double time(int hh, int mm, int ss)
double time(string str[, string Format])

Parameters

hh

Hour

mm

Minute

ss

Second

str

Time string which is in the format as argument strFormat

Format

It is available since 90SR0. Format string of which default value is "HH:mm:ss". When it is specified as a 0-offset number in string, it represents the index of the format listed in Column Properties. For other cases it is custom format strings(e.g., "DDD HH:mm:ss")

Return

returns the Julian-day value.

Example

double aa = time(20:50:25);
aa = ;//Should return the Julian-day value of this time, 0.86834490740741.
double aa = time(20,50,25);
aa = ;//Should return the Julian-day value of this time, 0.86834490740741.
double aa = time(35:400:500);
aa = ;//Should return the Julian-day value of this time, 1.7418981481481.
double aa = time("2 20:50:25", "DDD HH:mm:ss");
aa = ;//Should return the Julian-day value of this time, 2.8683449074074.
double aa = time("002:12", "12");
aa = ;//Should return the Julian-day value of this time(in format of index 12), 2.5.

See Also

Date