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C# program to demonstrate the use of Add() method of TimeSpan structure

Here, we are going to demonstrate use of Add() method of TimeSpan structure in C#.Net.
Submitted by Nidhi, on April 20, 2021

Here, we will learn about Add() method of TimeSpan structure. This method is used to return an object that contains the sum of the specified TimeSpan object with the current TimeSpan object.

Syntax:

TimeSpan TimeSpan.Add(TimeSpan obj);

Parameter(s):

  • obj : An object whose value to be added with a value of the current object.

Return value:

This method returns the addition of values of the specified object and current object.

Exception:

  • System.OverflowException

Program:

The source code to demonstrate the use of Add() method of TimeSpan structure is given below. The given program is compiled and executed successfully.

using System;

class TimeSpanDemo
{
    //Entry point of Program
    static public void Main()
    {
        //Here we create timespan with day,hour,minutes and seconds
        TimeSpan timespan1 = new TimeSpan(4,2, 20, 0);
        TimeSpan timespan2 = new TimeSpan(2,2, 10, 0);
        TimeSpan timespan3;

        timespan3 = timespan1.Add(timespan2);

        //Sum of timespan1 and timespan2 
        Console.WriteLine("Sum of timespan1 and timespan2 : "+timespan3); 
    }
}

Output:

Sum of timespan1 and timespan2 : 6.04:30:00
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