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LOCALE_SDURATION

Windows Vista and later: Time duration format composed of format pictures listed in the following table. The format is similar to the format for LOCALE_STIMEFORMAT. As for LOCALE_STIMEFORMAT, this format can also include any string of characters enclosed in single quotes. Formats can include, for example, "h:mm:ss", or "d'd 'h'h 'm'm 's.fff's'". In comparison with LOCALE_STIMEFORMAT, there are additional format pictures for fractions of a second. Because this format is for duration, not time, it does not specify a 12- or 24-hour clock system, or include an AM/PM indicator. This constant might be used, for example, for a multi-media application that displays file time or a sporting event application that displays finish times.

ValueMeaning
hHours without leading zeros for single-digit hours
hhHours with leading zeros for single-digit hours
mMinutes without leading zeros for single-digit minutes
mmMinutes with leading zeros for single-digit minutes
sSeconds without leading zeros for single-digit seconds
ssSeconds with leading zeros for single-digit seconds
fTenths of a second
ffHundredths of a second
fffThousandths of a second; character "f" can occur up to nine consecutive times (fffffffff), although support for frequency timers is limited to 100 nanoseconds; if nine characters are present, the last two digits are always zero

 

 

 

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