C# Program to Demonstrate the Overloaded Greater Than or Equal to (>=) Operator With Timespan Structure

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C# program to demonstrate the overloaded greater than or equal to (>=) operator with TimeSpan structure

using System;

class TimeSpanDemo
{
    //Entry point of Program
    static public void Main()
    {
        TimeSpan timespan1 = new TimeSpan(2, 20, 0);
        TimeSpan timespan2 = new TimeSpan(2, 19, 0);
        TimeSpan timespan3 = new TimeSpan(2, 19, 0);

        if (timespan1 >= timespan2)
            Console.WriteLine("timespan1 is greater than equal to timespan2");
        else
            Console.WriteLine("timespan1 is not greater than equal to timespan2");

        if (timespan2 >= timespan3)
            Console.WriteLine("timespan2 is greater than equal to timespan3");
        else
            Console.WriteLine("timespan2 is not greater than equal to timespan3");

        if (timespan2 >= timespan1)
            Console.WriteLine("timespan2 is greater than equal to timespan1");
        else
            Console.WriteLine("timespan2 is not greater than equal to timespan1");

    }
}

Output

timespan1 is greater than equal to timespan2
timespan2 is greater than equal to timespan3
timespan2 is not greater than equal to timespan1
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