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How can we Operate on textbox using DateTime???.means
i have two textboxes and i want,(textbox2 - textbox1) gives answer in textbox3 in Time Format in C# windows form,basically i am working on "Time Management System",Have there any Syntax that solve my problem.
i am using textbox and also maskedtextbox..
Posted 16-Jan-13 7:17am
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Mohsin Azam at 16-Jan-13 13:03pm
   
Sorry!Not working.
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Solution 2

You must cast the content of your textbox to a DateTime. You can do this with the static method DateTime.Parse().
            DateTime date1 = DateTime.Parse(textBox1.Text);
            DateTime date2 = DateTime.Parse(textBox2.Text);
            TimeSpan date3 = date2 - date1;
            textBox3.Text = date3.ToString();
 
Edit: By the time I hit Submit, Abhinav had already provided an answer.
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Solution 1

Try something like
textBox3 = ((TimeSpan)DateTime.Parse(textBox1).Subtract(DateTime.Parse, textBox2)).Days;
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Solution 3

I recommend using DateTimePickers rather than TextBoxes.
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Mohsin Azam at 16-Jan-13 13:47pm
   
PIEBALD,Please give me some tips about this..

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