Function Seconds() Foundation
Determines the number of seconds that have elapsed since midnight.
Seconds() --> nSeconds
The function Seconds() returns a numeric value in the range of 0.00 to 86399.99. It corresponds to the system time, in the form of the number of seconds that have elapsed since midnight. The return value has two decimal places, meaning that the function Seconds() measures time in increments of one hundredth of a second.
The environment function Seconds() provides the current system time in seconds. The smallest increment is 1/100 of a second. The function can be used for code profiling, where the system time is determined at the beginning and the end of a procedure and the elapsed time is calculated.
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