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Oracle looking to display milliseconds on time subtraction.

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Hi, i have a simple query that displays the following information, the problem is that it is only showing me seconds. I need to see the time difference in milliseconds. Please help.

select  co.last_update_time, cx.last_update_time, (cx.last_update_time - co.last_update_time)
from tblX co, tblY cx

Results:
16-JUL-08 09.30.31.846000 AM      16-JUL-08 09.30.32.140000 AM      +000000000 00:00:00
16-JUL-08 09.31.08.613000 AM      16-JUL-08 09.31.08.864000 AM      +000000000 00:00:00
16-JUL-08 09.31.46.658000 AM      16-JUL-08 09.31.46.870000 AM      +000000000 00:00:00
16-JUL-08 09.32.06.507000 AM      16-JUL-08 09.32.07.183000 AM      +000000000 00:00:00
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Shaju Kumbalath
Deputy General Manager - IT

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