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How to store time difference in Core Data

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I have a use case where my entities have attributes which are time differences. There could be none, one or two different time differences. The second is always bigger than the first one. I know I can store them as Integers.

My question is: do you have any recommendations on how to implement this in my data model?

   

Since TimeInterval is a Double, just store it as a Double.

   

I think the question is how to store multiple data points for single entity.. If you are going to have at max 2, I think [Int] could work with Core Data model.

   

@nemecek-filip Thanks for the suggestion. That was exactly what I asked for.

   

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