hms: Parse periods with *h*our, *m*inute, and *s*econd components

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

View source: R/parse.r

Description

Transforms a character or numeric vector into a period object with the specified number of hours, minutes, and seconds. hms() recognizes all non-numeric characters except '-' as separators ('-' is used for negative durations). After hours, minutes and seconds have been parsed, the remaining input is ignored.

Usage

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ms(..., quiet = FALSE, roll = FALSE)

hm(..., quiet = FALSE, roll = FALSE)

hms(..., quiet = FALSE, roll = FALSE)

Arguments

...

a character vector of hour minute second triples

quiet

logical. When TRUE function evalueates without displaying customary messages.

roll

logical. When TRUE, smaller units are rolled over to higher units if they exceed the conventional limit. For example, hms("01:59:120", roll=TRUE) produces period "2H 1M 0S".

Value

a vector of period objects

See Also

hm(), ms()

Examples

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ms(c("09:10", "09:02", "1:10"))
ms("7 6")
ms("6,5")
hm(c("09:10", "09:02", "1:10"))
hm("7 6")
hm("6,5")

x <- c("09:10:01", "09:10:02", "09:10:03")
hms(x)

hms("7 6 5", "3:23:::2", "2 : 23 : 33", "Finished in 9 hours, 20 min and 4 seconds")

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