# HMS2S

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## Table of Contents

## Converts durations from the format hh:mm:ss into seconds. #

The program is applied on calculating the durations of numbered video files. This means before calculating each file gets a running number to denote its order in a play list.

**Example output**

```
I= 1
2°34'6”
T= 9246 S
I= 2
1°55'55”
T= 6955 S
```

**Comfortable version**

`M09`

is incremented every time P1 is run, there for a support
request Hours,
minutes and seconds are entered separately.

## HMS2S2.pf #

```
PROGRAM LIST
File : HMS2S2
*** P1
1 M+09 “I= AR09 ”
PAUSE SAVE invEXE 00
Min04 “hh:” HLT
Min01 M+04 °'”←
PAUSE “mm:” HLT
Min02 ÷ 60 = Min00
M+04 MR00 °'”← PAUSE
“ss:” HLT Min03 ÷ 36
00 = Min00 M+04 MR04
°'”← PAUSE SAVE
invEXE MR03 + 60 ×
MR02 + 3600 × MR01 =
Min00 “T= # s” HLT
SAVE invEXE “ ” SAVE
invEXE
···91 steps
*** P0
HLT °'” HLT °'” × 36
00 = + HLT =
···14 steps
```

Download HMS2S2.pf
**Short version**

Hours, minutes and seconds are entered separately.

*In direct mode:*

```
2 °'” 34 °'” x 3600 = + 6 =
```

*The program yet doesn’t work in the simulator:*

```
HLT °'” HLT °'” x 3600 = + HLT =
```

**Long version**

Durations are entered as single values 2.3406 and 1.5555

```
0 Min02 HLT Min01 INT × 3600 = M+02
MR01 FRAC × 100 = Min01 INT × 60 = M+02
MR01 FRAC × 100 = M+02 MR02
```

**For comparison**

Much shorter is this HP-42s version:

```
STOP →HR 3600 x ENTER
```

## Author #

Michael Malien, Facebook