Represents a period of time, for example 2 hours, 15 minutes
Allows you to store a measured interval of time
TimeSpan stored its time interval as the number of ticks equal to that interval
in .NET 4.0 the timespan structure supports custom formatting using the .ToString method ??

Dim objTimeSpan As System.TimeSpan 
objTimeSpan = System.TimeSpan.FromDays(2)

This is measures as a positive or negative number of days, hours, minutes and seconds (as fractions)

Dim objTimeSpan As System.TimeSpan 
objTimeSpan = New System.TimeSpan(2,12,0,0) ' 2.5 days
objTimeSpan = New System.TimeSpan(4,12) '4.5 days
objTimeSpan = New System.TimeSpan(2,14,18) '??

objTimeSpan = objDateTime1 - objDateTime2

Operators Supported

You can add or subtract time durations using the normal operators.

>greater than
>=greater than or equal to
<less than
<=less than or equal to
-unary negation
+unary plus

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