Using DateDiff to calculate time of a phone call

I want to calculate the time spent on each call, I believe i can use datediff formula, but where it asks for interval type, i dont know what they want..
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mlmccCommented:
Interval is a character to request time in days, months, etc

"d" for days
"m" for months
"h" for hours
"n" for minutes

You get a decimal number returned

Datediff ("d", {StartDate},{EndDate})
1.5 means 1.5 days

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it_liteAuthor Commented:
Thanks alot, is there one for seconds, that is what i will be dealing with mostly.
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mlmccCommented:
Yes.  I think it is "s"

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it_liteAuthor Commented:
Thanks again, I tried "s" before you replied and it worked, I wish I had some points to give you for that...
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mlmccCommented:
No problem.

By the way use "yyyy" for years "y" for some reason does days.

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