second

Seconds of date or time

Syntax

``Seconds = second(Date)``
``Seconds = second(___,F)``

Description

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````Seconds = second(Date)` returns the seconds given a serial date number or a character vector representing a date and time.```

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````Seconds = second(___,F)` returns the second of one or more character vectors, `Date`, using a format defined by the optional input `F`. `Date` can be a character array where each row corresponds to one character vector, or a one-dimensional cell array of character vectors. All the character vectors in `Date` must have the same format `F`. `F` must designate a supported date format symbol. For more information on supported date formats, see `datestr`.```

Examples

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Find the seconds of the day (`Date`) using a serial date number.

`Seconds = second(738647.558427893)`
```Seconds = 8.1700 ```

Find the seconds of the day (`Date`) using a character vector representing a date and time.

`Seconds = second('06-May-2022, 13:24:08.17')`
```Seconds = 8.1700 ```

Input Arguments

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Date to determine second, specified as a serial date number or a character vector representing a date and time.

`Date` can be an array of character vectors representing a date and time, where each row corresponds to one character vector, or a one-dimensional cell array of character vectors. All the character vectors in `Date` must have the same format `F`. `F` must designate a supported date format symbol. For more information on supported date formats, see `datestr`

Data Types: `single` | `double` | `char` | `cell`

Date format symbol, specified as a character vector to designate the date format symbol for input argument `Date`. For more information on supported character vector formats, see `datestr`. Note, formats with `'Q'` are not accepted.

Data Types: `char`

Output Arguments

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Seconds of date or time, returned as a nonnegative number.