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Label2.Text = DateTime.Now.ToString();

i am using this code to get server time
now i want indian time.. without using client pc time..
i want direct by code..
Posted 6-Dec-12 19:44pm
Edited 6-Dec-12 19:45pm
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Solution 2

private static TimeZoneInfo INDIAN_ZONE = TimeZoneInfo.FindSystemTimeZoneById("India Standard Time");
DateTime indianTime =  TimeZoneInfo.ConvertTimeFromUtc(DateTime.UtcNow, INDIAN_ZONE);
Milind_T 7-Dec-12 5:42am
Please use "Improve Solution" to update your solution. Don't keep posting new solutions.
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Solution 3

Simply apply culture in the ToString as shown below


That should do the trick

Hope that helps
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Solution 1

Label2.Text = DateTime.UtcNow.ToString();
DateTime.UtcNow Property gets a DateTime object that is set to the current date and time on this computer, expressed as the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
Member 9463303 7-Dec-12 0:57am
No, actually i don't want to get current local PC time. i want Indian new delhi time which comes from server or directly by code. please help me.
Krunal Rohit 7-Dec-12 1:02am
Please explore the link.. :)

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