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    Question How to convert time into CTime format in mfc.?

    Hi,

    I have total time in seconds (say 2500 seconds). I want to store this time in CTime or CTimeSpan format.?

    Anyone have any idea, how to do this.?




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    Mbatra

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    Re: How to convert time into CTime format in mfc.?

    Code:
    CTimeSpan time_span(0,0,0,2500);

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    Re: How to convert time into CTime format in mfc.?

    The format to use is CTimeSpan as this relates to a period of time rather than CTime with represents an absolute time/date.

    Code:
    CTimeSpan ts(2500);
    CString	s = ts.Format( "Total days: %D, hours: %H, mins: %M, secs: %S" );
    As you already have the value in seconds, then this can be used directly in the CTimeSpan constructor.

    You can also do it like this

    Code:
    CTimeSpan cts;
    CString s;
    
    	cts = 2500;
    	s = cts.Format( "Total days: %D, hours: %H, mins: %M, secs: %S" );
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