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OracleIntervalDS Structure

The OracleIntervalDS structure represents the Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND data type to be stored in or retrieved from a database. Each OracleIntervalDS stores a period of time in term of days, hours, minutes, seconds, and fractional seconds.

Class Inheritance

System.Object

  System.ValueType

    Oracle.DataAccess.Types.OracleIntervalDS

Declaration

// ADO.NET 2.0: C# 
public struct OracleIntervalDS : IComparable, INullable, IXmlSerializable

// ADO.NET 1.x: C#public struct OracleIntervalDS : IComparable, INullable

Thread Safety

All public static methods are thread-safe, although instance methods do not guarantee thread safety.

Example

// C#
 
using System;
using Oracle.DataAccess.Types;
 
class OracleIntervalDSSample
{
  static void Main()
  {
    OracleIntervalDS iDSMax = OracleIntervalDS.MaxValue;
    double totalDays = iDSMax.TotalDays;
 
    totalDays -= 1;
    OracleIntervalDS iDSMax_1 = new OracleIntervalDS(totalDays);
    
    // Calculate the difference 
    OracleIntervalDS iDSDiff = iDSMax - iDSMax_1;
    
    // Prints "iDSDiff.ToString() = +000000000 23:59:59.999999999"
    Console.WriteLine("iDSDiff.ToString() = " + iDSDiff.ToString());
  }
}

Requirements

Namespace: Oracle.DataAccess.Types

Assembly: Oracle.DataAccess.dll

Microsoft .NET Framework Version: 1.x or 2.0


OracleIntervalDS Members

OracleIntervalDS members are listed in the following tables:

OracleIntervalDS Constructors

OracleIntervalDS constructors are listed in Table 12-48

Table 12-48 OracleIntervalDS Constructors

Constructor Description

OracleIntervalDS Constructors

Instantiates a new instance of OracleIntervalDS structure (Overloaded)


OracleIntervalDS Static Fields

The OracleIntervalDS static fields are listed in Table 12-49.

Table 12-49 OracleIntervalDS Static Fields

Field Description

MaxValue

Represents the maximum valid time interval for an OracleIntervalDS structure

MinValue

Represents the minimum valid time interval for an OracleIntervalDS structure

Null

Represents a null value that can be assigned to an OracleIntervalDS instance

Zero

Represents a zero value for an OracleIntervalDS structure


OracleIntervalDS Static Methods

The OracleIntervalDS static methods are listed in Table 12-50.

Table 12-50 OracleIntervalDS Static Methods

Methods Description

Equals

Determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are equal (Overloaded)

GreaterThan

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than another

GreaterThanOrEqual

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than or equal to another

LessThan

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is less than another

LessThanOrEqual

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is less than or equal to another

NotEquals

Determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are not equal

Parse

Returns an OracleIntervalDS structure and sets its value for time interval using a string

SetPrecision

Returns a new instance of an OracleIntervalDS with the specified day precision and fractional second precision


OracleIntervalDS Static Operators

The OracleIntervalDS static operators are listed in Table 12-51.

Table 12-51 OracleIntervalDS Static Operators

Operator Description

operator +

Adds two OracleIntervalDS values

operator ==

Determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are equal

operator >

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than another

operator >=

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than or equal to another

operator !=

Determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are not equal

operator <

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is less than another

operator <=

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is less than or equal to another

operator -

Subtracts one OracleIntervalDS value from another

operator -

Negates an OracleIntervalDS structure

operator *

Multiplies an OracleIntervalDS value by a number

operator /

Divides an OracleIntervalDS value by a number


OracleIntervalDS Type Conversions

The OracleIntervalDS type conversions are listed in Table 12-52.

Table 12-52 OracleIntervalDS Type Conversions

Operator Description

explicit operator TimeSpan

Converts an OracleIntervalDS structure to a TimeSpan structure

explicit operator OracleIntervalDS

Converts a string to an OracleIntervalDS structure

implicit operator OracleIntervalDS

Converts a TimeSpan structure to an OracleIntervalDS structure


OracleIntervalDS Properties

The OracleIntervalDS properties are listed in Table 12-53.

Table 12-53 OracleIntervalDS Properties

Properties Description

BinData

Returns an array of bytes that represents the Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND in Oracle internal format

Days

Gets the days component of an OracleIntervalDS

Hours

Gets the hours component of an OracleIntervalDS

IsNull

Indicates whether or not the current instance has a null value

Milliseconds

Gets the milliseconds component of an OracleIntervalDS

Minutes

Gets the minutes component of an OracleIntervalDS

Nanoseconds

Gets the nanoseconds component of an OracleIntervalDS

Seconds

Gets the seconds component of an OracleIntervalDS

TotalDays

Returns the total number, in days, that represent the time period in the OracleIntervalDS structure

Value

Specifies the time interval that is stored in the OracleIntervalDS structure


OracleIntervalDS Methods

The OracleIntervalDS methods are listed in Table 12-54.

Table 12-54 OracleIntervalDS Methods

Methods Description

CompareTo

Compares the current OracleIntervalDS instance to an object, and returns an integer that represents their relative values

Equals

Determines whether or not the specified object has the same time interval as the current instance (Overloaded)

GetHashCode

Returns a hash code for the OracleIntervalDS instance

GetType

Inherited from System.Object

ToString

Converts the current OracleIntervalDS structure to a string



OracleIntervalDS Constructors

OracleIntervalDS constructors create a new instance of the OracleIntervalDS structure.

Overload List:

OracleIntervalDS(TimeSpan)

This constructor creates a new instance of the OracleIntervalDS structure and sets its value using a TimeSpan structure.

Declaration

// C#
public OracleIntervalDS(TimeSpan ts); 

Parameters

OracleIntervalDS(string)

This constructor creates a new instance of the OracleIntervalDS structure and sets its value using a string that indicates a period of time.

Declaration

// C#
public OracleIntervalDS(string intervalStr); 

Parameters

Exceptions

ArgumentException - The intervalStr parameter is not in the valid format or has an invalid value.

ArgumentNullException - The intervalStr parameter is null.

Remarks

The value specified in the supplied intervalStr must be in Day HH:MI:SSxFF format.

Example

"1 2:3:4.99" means 1 day, 2 hours, 3 minutes, 4 seconds, and 990 milliseconds or 1 day, 2 hours, 3 minutes, 4 seconds, and 990000000 nanoseconds.

OracleIntervalDS(double)

This constructor creates a new instance of the OracleIntervalDS structure and sets its value using the total number of days.

Declaration

// C#
public OracleIntervalDS(double totalDays);

Parameters

Exceptions

ArgumentOutOfRangeException - The argument value for one or more of the parameters is out of the specified range.

ArgumentException - The argument values of the parameters cannot be used to construct a valid OracleIntervalDS.

OracleIntervalDS(int, int, int, int, double)

This constructor creates a new instance of the OracleIntervalDS structure and sets its value using the supplied days, hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds.

Declaration

// C#
public OracleIntervalDS (int days, int hours, int minutes, int seconds,
   double milliSeconds); 

Parameters

Exceptions

ArgumentOutOfRangeException - The argument value for one or more of the parameters is out of the specified range.

ArgumentException - The argument values of the parameters cannot be used to construct a valid OracleIntervalDS.

Remarks

The sign of all the arguments must be the same.

OracleIntervalDS(int, int, int, int, int)

This constructor creates a new instance of the OracleIntervalDS structure and sets its value using the supplied days, hours, minutes, seconds, and nanoseconds.

Declaration

// C#
public OracleIntervalDS (int days, int hours, int minutes, int seconds,
   int nanoseconds); 

Parameters

Exceptions

ArgumentOutOfRangeException - The argument value for one or more of the parameters is out of the specified range.

ArgumentException - The argument values of the parameters cannot be used to construct a valid OracleIntervalDS.

Remarks

The sign of all the arguments must be the same.

OracleIntervalDS(byte[ ])

This constructor creates a new instance of the OracleIntervalDS structure and sets its value to the provided byte array, which is in an internal Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND format.

Declaration

// C#
public OracleIntervalDS (byte[ ] bytes);

Parameters

Exceptions

ArgumentException - bytes is not in internal Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND format, or bytes is not a valid Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND.

ArgumentNullException - bytes is null.


OracleIntervalDS Static Fields

The OracleIntervalDS static fields are listed in Table 12-55.

Table 12-55 OracleIntervalDS Static Fields

Field Description

MaxValue

Represents the maximum valid time interval for an OracleIntervalDS structure

MinValue

Represents the minimum valid time interval for an OracleIntervalDS structure

Null

Represents a null value that can be assigned to an OracleIntervalDS instance

Zero

Represents a zero value for an OracleIntervalDS structure


MaxValue

This static field represents the maximum value for an OracleIntervalDS structure.

Declaration

// C#
public static readonly OracleIntervalDS MaxValue;

Remarks

Maximum values:

MinValue

This static field represents the minimum value for an OracleIntervalDS structure.

Declaration

// C#
public static readonly OracleIntervalDS MinValue;

Remarks

Minimum values:

Null

This static field represents a null value that can be assigned to an OracleIntervalDS instance.

Declaration

// C#
public static readonly OracleIntervalDS Null;

Zero

This static field represents a zero value for an OracleIntervalDS structure.

Declaration

// C#
public static readonly OracleIntervalDS Zero;

OracleIntervalDS Static Methods

The OracleIntervalDS static methods are listed in Table 12-56.

Table 12-56 OracleIntervalDS Static Methods

Methods Description

Equals

Determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are equal (Overloaded)

GreaterThan

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than another

GreaterThanOrEqual

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than or equal to another

LessThan

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is less than another

LessThanOrEqual

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is less than or equal to another

NotEquals

Determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are not equal

Parse

Returns an OracleIntervalDS structure and sets its value for time interval using a string

SetPrecision

Returns a new instance of an OracleIntervalDS with the specified day precision and fractional second precision


Equals

This static method determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are equal.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool Equals(OracleIntervalDS val1, OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

If the two OracleIntervalDS structures represent the same time interval, returns true; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

GreaterThan

This static method determines whether or not the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is greater than the second.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool GreaterThan(OracleIntervalDS val1, OracleIntervalDS 
   val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is greater than the second; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

GreaterThanOrEqual

This static method determines whether or not the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is greater than or equal to the second.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool GreaterThanOrEqual(OracleIntervalDS val1, 
  OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is greater than or equal to the second; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

LessThan

This static method determines whether or not the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is less than the second.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool LessThan(OracleIntervalDS val1, OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is less than the second; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

LessThanOrEqual

This static method determines whether or not the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is less than or equal to the second.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool LessThanOrEqual(OracleIntervalDS val1, OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is less than or equal to the second; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

NotEquals

This static method determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are not equal.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool NotEquals(OracleIntervalDS val1, OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if two OracleIntervalDS values are not equal; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

Parse

This static method returns an OracleIntervalDS instance and sets its value for time interval using a string.

Declaration

// C#
public static OracleIntervalDS Parse(string intervalStr);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns an OracleIntervalDS instance representing the time interval from the supplied string.

Exceptions

ArgumentException - The intervalStr parameter is not in the valid format or intervalStr has an invalid value.

ArgumentNullException - The intervalStr parameter is null.

Remarks

The value specified in intervalStr must be in Day HH:MI:SSxFF format.

Example

"1 2:3:4.99" means 1 day, 2 hours, 3 minutes, 4 seconds, and 990 milliseconds or 1 day, 2 hours, 3 minutes, 4 seconds, and 990000000 nanoseconds.

SetPrecision

This static method returns a new instance of an OracleIntervalDS with the specified day precision and fractional second precision.

Declaration

// C#
public static OracleIntervalDS SetPrecision(OracleIntervalDS value1,
    int dayPrecision, int fracSecPrecision);

Parameters

Return Value

An OracleIntervalDS instance.

Exceptions

ArgumentOutOfRangeException - An argument value is out of the specified range.

Remarks

Depending on the value specified in the supplied dayPrecision, 0 or more leading zeros are displayed in the string returned by ToString().

The value specified in the supplied fracSecPrecision is used to perform a rounding off operation on the supplied OracleIntervalDS value. Depending on this value, 0 or more trailing zeros are displayed in the string returned by ToString().

Example

The OracleIntervalDS with a value of "1 2:3:4.99" results in the string "001 2:3:4.99000" when SetPrecision() is called, with the day precision set to 3 and fractional second precision set to 5.


OracleIntervalDS Static Operators

The OracleIntervalDS static operators are listed in Table 12-57.

Table 12-57 OracleIntervalDS Static Operators

Operator Description

operator +

Adds two OracleIntervalDS values

operator ==

Determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are equal

operator >

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than another

operator >=

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than or equal to another

operator !=

Determines whether or not two OracleIntervalDS values are not equal

operator <

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is less than another

operator <=

Determines whether or not one OracleIntervalDS value is less than or equal to another

operator -

Subtracts one OracleIntervalDS value from another

operator -

Negates an OracleIntervalDS structure

operator *

Multiplies an OracleIntervalDS value by a number

operator /

Divides an OracleIntervalDS value by a number


operator +

This static operator adds two OracleIntervalDS values.

Declaration

// C#
public static OracleIntervalDS operator + (OracleIntervalDS val1,
   OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

An OracleIntervalDS.

Remarks

If either argument has a null value, the returned OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value.

operator ==

This static operator determines if two OracleIntervalDS values are equal.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool operator == (OracleIntervalDS val1,
    OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the two OracleIntervalDS values are the same; otherwise returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

operator >

This static operator determines if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is greater than the second.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool operator > (OracleIntervalDS val1,
   OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if one OracleIntervalDS value is greater than another; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

operator >=

This static operator determines if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is greater than or equal to the second.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool operator >= (OracleIntervalDS val1, 
  OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is greater than or equal to the second; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

operator !=

This static operator determines if the two OracleIntervalDS values are not equal.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool operator != (OracleIntervalDS val1, 
  OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the two OracleIntervalDS values are not equal; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

operator <

This static operator determines if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is less than the second.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool operator < (OracleIntervalDS val1, 
  OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is less than the second; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

operator <=

This static operator determines if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is less than or equal to the second.

Declaration

// C#
public static bool operator <= (OracleIntervalDS val1, 
   OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if the first of two OracleIntervalDS values is less than or equal to the second; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

operator -

This static operator subtracts one OracleIntervalDS structure from another.

Declaration

// C#
public static OracleIntervalDS operator - (OracleIntervalDS val1,
   OracleIntervalDS val2);

Parameters

Return Value

An OracleIntervalDS structure.

Remarks

If either argument has a null value, the returned OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value.

operator -

This static operator negates the supplied OracleIntervalDS structure.

Declaration

// C#
public static OracleIntervalDS operator - (OracleIntervalDS val);

Parameters

Return Value

An OracleIntervalDS structure.

Remarks

If the supplied OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value, the returned OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value.

operator *

This static operator multiplies an OracleIntervalDS value by a number.

Declaration

// C#
public static OracleIntervalDS operator * (OracleIntervalDS val1, 
   int multiplier);

Parameters

Return Value

A new OracleIntervalDS instance.

Remarks

If the OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value, the returned OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value.

operator /

This static operator divides an OracleIntervalDS value by a number.

Declaration

// C#
public static OracleIntervalDS operator / (OracleIntervalDS val1, 
   int divisor);

Parameters

Return Value

An OracleIntervalDS structure.

Remarks

If the OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value, the returned OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value.


OracleIntervalDS Type Conversions

The OracleIntervalDS type conversions are listed in Table 12-58.

Table 12-58 OracleIntervalDS Type Conversions

Operator Description

explicit operator TimeSpan

Converts an OracleIntervalDS structure to a TimeSpan structure

explicit operator OracleIntervalDS

Converts a string to an OracleIntervalDS structure

implicit operator OracleIntervalDS

Converts a TimeSpan structure to an OracleIntervalDS structure


explicit operator TimeSpan

This type conversion operator converts an OracleIntervalDS structure to a TimeSpan structure.

Declaration

// C#
public static explicit operator TimeSpan(OracleIntervalDS val);

Parameters

Return Value

A TimeSpan structure.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The OracleIntervalDS structure has a null value.

Remarks

explicit operator OracleIntervalDS

This type conversion operator converts a string to an OracleIntervalDS structure.

Declaration

// C#
public static explicit operator OracleIntervalDS (string intervalStr);

Parameters

Return Value

An OracleIntervalDS structure.

Exceptions

ArgumentException - The supplied intervalStr parameter is not in the correct format or has an invalid value.

ArgumentNullException - The intervalStr parameter is null.

Remarks

The returned OracleIntervalDS structure contains the same time interval represented by the supplied intervalStr. The value specified in the supplied intervalStr must be in Day HH:MI:SSxFF format.

Example

"1 2:3:4.99" means 1 day, 2 hours, 3 minutes 4 seconds and 990 milliseconds or 1 day, 2 hours, 3 minutes 4 seconds and 990000000 nanoseconds.

implicit operator OracleIntervalDS

This type conversion operator converts a TimeSpan structure to an OracleIntervalDS structure.

Declaration

// C#
public static implicit operator OracleIntervalDS(TimeSpan val);

Parameters

Return Value

An OracleIntervalDS structure.

Remarks

The returned OracleIntervalDS structure contains the same days, hours, seconds, and milliseconds as the supplied TimeSpan val.


OracleIntervalDS Properties

The OracleIntervalDS properties are listed in Table 12-59.

Table 12-59 OracleIntervalDS Properties

Properties Description

BinData

Returns an array of bytes that represents the Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND in Oracle internal format

Days

Gets the days component of an OracleIntervalDS

Hours

Gets the hours component of an OracleIntervalDS

IsNull

Indicates whether or not the current instance has a null value

Milliseconds

Gets the milliseconds component of an OracleIntervalDS

Minutes

Gets the minutes component of an OracleIntervalDS

Nanoseconds

Gets the nanoseconds component of an OracleIntervalDS

Seconds

Gets the seconds component of an OracleIntervalDS

TotalDays

Returns the total number, in days, that represent the time period in the OracleIntervalDS structure

Value

Specifies the time interval that is stored in the OracleIntervalDS structure


BinData

This property returns an array of bytes that represents the Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND in Oracle internal format.

Declaration

// C#
public byte[] BinData {get;}

Property Value

A byte array that represents an Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND in Oracle internal format.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.

Remarks

Days

This property gets the days component of an OracleIntervalDS.

Declaration

// C#
public int Days {get;}

Property Value

An int representing the days component.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.

Hours

This property gets the hours component of an OracleIntervalDS.

Declaration

// C#
public int Hours {get;}

Property Value

An int representing the hours component.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.

IsNull

This property indicates whether or not the current instance has a null value.

Declaration

// C#
public bool IsNull {get;}

Property Value

Returns true if the current instance has a null value; otherwise, returns false.

Milliseconds

This property gets the milliseconds component of an OracleIntervalDS.

Declaration

// C#
public double Milliseconds {get;}

Property Value

A double that represents milliseconds component.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.

Minutes

This property gets the minutes component of an OracleIntervalDS.

Declaration

// C#
public int Minutes {get;}

Property Value

A int that represents minutes component.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.

Nanoseconds

This property gets the nanoseconds component of an OracleIntervalDS.

Declaration

// C#
public int Nanoseconds {get;}

Property Value

An int that represents nanoseconds component.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.

Seconds

This property gets the seconds component of an OracleIntervalDS.

Declaration

// C#
public int Seconds {get;}

Property Value

An int that represents seconds component.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.

TotalDays

This property returns the total number, in days, that represent the time period in the OracleIntervalDS structure.

Declaration

// C#
public double TotalDays {get;}

Property Value

A double that represents the total number of days.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.

Value

This property specifies the time interval that is stored in the OracleIntervalDS structure.

Declaration

// C#
public TimeSpan Value {get;}

Property Value

A time interval.

Exceptions

OracleNullValueException - The current instance has a null value.


OracleIntervalDS Methods

The OracleIntervalDS methods are listed in Table 12-60.

Table 12-60 OracleIntervalDS Methods

Methods Description

CompareTo

Compares the current OracleIntervalDS instance to an object, and returns an integer that represents their relative values

Equals

Determines whether or not the specified object has the same time interval as the current instance (Overloaded)

GetHashCode

Returns a hash code for the OracleIntervalDS instance

GetType

Inherited from System.Object

ToString

Converts the current OracleIntervalDS structure to a string


CompareTo

This method compares the current OracleIntervalDS instance to an object, and returns an integer that represents their relative values.

Declaration

// C#
public int CompareTo(object obj);

Parameters

Return Value

The method returns:

Implements

IComparable

Exceptions

ArgumentException - The obj parameter is not of type OracleIntervalDS.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

Equals

This method determines whether or not the specified object has the same time interval as the current instance.

Declaration

// C#
public override bool Equals(object obj);

Parameters

Return Value

Returns true if obj is of type OracleIntervalDS and has the same time interval as the current instance; otherwise, returns false.

Remarks

The following rules apply to the behavior of this method.

GetHashCode

Overrides Object

This method returns a hash code for the OracleIntervalDS instance.

Declaration

// C#
public override int GetHashCode();

ToString

Overrides Object

This method converts the current OracleIntervalDS structure to a string.

Declaration

// C#
public override string ToString();

Return Value

Returns a string.

Remarks

If the current instance has a null value, the returned string contains "null".