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Computes the number of days between two vectors of class Date or POSIXt. In the latter case, the time portion is ignored.

1 | ```
difftime.days(time1, time2)
``` |

`time1, time2` |
Two vectors of the same length, both either of class Date or POSIXt. |

This function considers the calendar date portion of a POSIXt object only. Thus, a day need not correspond to a 24 hour period (see example).

An integer vector containing the number of days between time1 and time2.

Ben Rich <[email protected]>

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 | ```
## Not run:
time1 <- strptime("2011-12-22 00:03", "
time2 <- strptime("2011-12-22 00:01", "
time3 <- strptime("2011-12-21 23:59", "
time4 <- strptime("2011-12-20 00:01", "
difftime.days(time1, time2) # 2 minutes difference, on the same day so considered 0 days
difftime.days(time2, time3) # Also 2 minutes difference but on different days, so considered one day
difftime.days(time3, time4) # Although only 47 hours and 58 minutes difference, still considered one day
## End(Not run)
``` |

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