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# Find Occurances of one TimeSpan in another

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## Find Occurances of one TimeSpan in another

(OP)
G'morning all,

I'm trying to determine how many times in a 24 hr day that that given timespan occurs.

So, if the timespan was 00:15:00 (15 minutes), then 15 minutes occurs 4 times per hour, 24 hours in a day, so a 15 minutes timespan occurs 96 times in a 24 hr day.

How do I calculate this ?

Chewdoggie

10% of your life is what happens to you. 90% of your life is how you deal with it.

### RE: Find Occurances of one TimeSpan in another

(OP)
I was able to solve this:

TimeSpan ts24Hrs = new TimeSpan(24, 0, 0);
TimeSpan MTimeSpan = TimeSpan.Parse(cJob.Attributes["ResubmitDelay"]);
retryCount = Convert.ToInt32(ts24Hrs.TotalSeconds / MTimeSpan.TotalSeconds);

Chew

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