DateTime.IsInCurrentSecond

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DateTime.IsInCurrentSecond is a Power Query M function that indicates whether the provided date(time) value occurs during the current second. The function returns true if the value occurs within the current second, otherwise false.

Compatible with: Power BI Service Power BI Desktop Excel Microsoft 365

Syntax

DateTime.IsInCurrentSecond( dateTime as any ) as nullable logical

Description

DateTime.IsInCurrentSecond indicates whether the given dateTime argument (which can be of type datetime or datetimezone) occurs during the current second, as determined by the current date and time on the system.

Examples

Determine if the current system time is in the current second.

// Output: true
DateTime.IsInCurrentSecond( DateTime.FixedLocalNow() )

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Microsoft documentation: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/powerquery-m/datetime-isincurrentsecond