NeoCal Documentation

NeoCal for Pocket PC User Guide

Date and Time Functions


A duration represents a length of time, without starting or ending points. The duration units include years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds, and frames. Frames are useful for digital video or film editing applications. Examples of durations include 2.5 years, 13 weeks, 8 days, and 75 minutes.

A moment represents a point in time and is expressed as a date (August 14, 2002), a time (5:15 pm), or a datetime (August 14, 2002 5:15 pm) value. NeoCal does not differentiate between timezones or daylight savings time adjustments, nor are leap seconds taken into consideration.