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The arguments for the method are:
The result of the operation is stored in an
OraIntervalDS object, overwriting any previous value. There is no return value.
operand is a
Variant of type
String, it must be in the following format: [+/-]Day HH:MI:SSxFF.
operand is a numeric value, the value provided should represent the total number of days that the constructed
OraIntervalDS object represents.
Dim oraIDS as OraIntervalDS 'Create an OraIntervalDS using a string which represents '1 day and 12 hours Set oraIDS = oo4oSession.CreateOraIntervalDS("1 12:0:0.0") 'Add an interval using a string, which represents 2 days 'and 12 hours, to oraIDS. 'The resulting oraIDS is an interval which represents 4 days oraIDS.Add "2 12:0:0.0"
See Also:"CreateOraIntervalDS Method"