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I am working on a WPF project with a datepicker and I can't seem to figure out how to eliminate the time stamp from the output. I only need the .SelectedDate returned.
In my code I am converting the date to a string
if DatePicker1.ToString <> "" then
My problem is that the returned string is "2/25/2013 12:00:00 AM"
I only wish to get "2/25/2013" without the time code.
How do I do this?
Posted 25-Feb-13 5:39am
Edited 25-Feb-13 6:06am
richcb at 25-Feb-13 11:40am
That is not a question. Please elaborate and be specific when asking your question.
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Solution 1

I wasn't able to delete the solution, but here is an update "I solved it myself" solution...
If DatePicker1.ToString <> "" Then qq = Left(DatePicker1.ToString, Len(DatePicker1.ToString) - 11) : PutText("DATEIN")
CHill60 at 25-Feb-13 12:09pm
You've posted this as a Solution instead of using the Improve Question link. As this is your own posting you should be able to delete this solution - otherwise no one will see it as requiring an answer
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Solution 2

Use String.Format() or something like

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