C# - TimeSpan.Equals() Method with Example

In this tutorial, we will learn about the C# TimeSpan.Equals() method with its definition, usage, syntax, and example. By Nidhi Last updated : March 30, 2023

TimeSpan.Equals() Method

The TimeSpan.Equals() method is used to compare specified references with current references. If the current object reference is equal to the specified object reference then it returns true otherwise it returns false.


bool TimeSpan.Eqauls(TimeSpan Obj);


  • Obj: An object reference to be compared with a reference of the current object.

Return Value

This method returns bool value, it returns true if references equal otherwise it returns false.

C# Example of TimeSpan.Equals() Method

The source code to demonstrate the use of Equals() 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 = new TimeSpan(2, 2, 10, 0);

    bool ret = false;

    ret = timespan1.Equals(timespan2);
    if (ret == true)
      Console.WriteLine("timespan1 and timespan2 are equal");
      Console.WriteLine("timespan1 and timespan2 are not equal");

    ret = timespan1.Equals(timespan3);
    if (ret == true)
      Console.WriteLine("timespan1 and timespan3 are equal");
      Console.WriteLine("timespan1 and timespan3 are not equal");

    ret = timespan1.Equals(timespan1);
    if (ret == true)
      Console.WriteLine("timespan1 and timespan1 are equal");
      Console.WriteLine("timespan1 and timespan1 are not equal");


timespan1 and timespan2 are not equal
timespan1 and timespan3 are not equal
timespan1 and timespan1 are equal
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