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I have an xml file that stores subscription data. and a report form that shows the details of the subscription. I am trying to format the date in this style 01/01/2013 but when I try to display the date it does not show the correct value I get 00/01/2013.

Here is the code that displays the date.
label6.Text = "Start Date: " + user.StartDate.ToString("mm/dd/yyyy");
And this is what it looks like in the xml.
And in my model I have....
public DateTime StartDate { get; set; }

Thanks in advance.
Posted 24-Dec-12 1:25am

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Solution 1

It';s not odd at all - it is exactly what you asked for: minutes/day/year.
If you want the month on the other hand:
Would probably be what you wanted.
frazzle-me at 24-Dec-12 7:39am
Thank You, Nothing like a rookie mistake.
OriginalGriff at 24-Dec-12 7:45am
You're welcome - we all do it! :laugh:
CPallini at 24-Dec-12 7:58am
Nope it is the .NET Framework going opposite to the gold tradition:
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 24-Dec-12 13:00pm
Sure, a 5.

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