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Re: Time Help

From: "Brian C(dot) Doyle" <bcdoyle(at)mindspring(dot)com>
To: Mark Volpe <volpe(dot)mark(at)epamail(dot)epa(dot)gov>
Cc: pgsql-sql(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Time Help
Date: 2000-08-22 14:21:24
Message-ID: 4.3.2.7.2.20000822101650.03985b20@pop (view raw or flat)
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Mark,

I tried that and had to change it to:

SELECT '0:00:00'::timespan + '02:10:06'::timespan;

To get any response.  the response i got was

@ 2 hours 10 mins 6 secs

Still in the wrong format
If is use :

SELECT '0:00:00'::time + '02:10:06'::timespan;

It get

No such function 'time_timespan' with the specified attributes

So i guess what I want to do is convert a timespan into time
How would I do that?


At 09:55 AM 8/22/00 -0400, Mark Volpe wrote:
>I'm not sure at all what you are asking, but I'm thinking you're trying to
>convert a "timespan" to a "time". Try adding it to a time like this:
>SELECT '0:00:00'::time + '02:10:06'::timespan;
>
>Mark
>
>"Brian C. Doyle" wrote:
> >
> > Hello all,
> >
> > I have a query result of @ 2 hours 10 mins 6 secs and I would like to
> > change that to 02:10:06.  Currently the field is listed as "timespan"  This
> > allows me to input date as 02:10:06 or 4h 10m 6s or even 2hrs 10 min 6 sec
> > which are all the formats that I will be entering the time formats! How do
> > I convert it into a the format of 02:10:06
> >
> > Thanks to you all


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