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hello guys i want to also know how i can subtract 2 date and return only the number of days that have erapsed for example 3/22/2013-3/21/2013=1
Posted 22-Mar-13 0:28am

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Solution 1

Quite simple :

DateTime start = new DateTime(1, 1, 2013);
DateTime end = DateTime.Now;
TimeSpan ts = end - start;
int totalDays = ts.TotalDays;

Hope this helps.

[Edit] Sorry I didn't make attention to the tag. Here's in VB.NET :

Dim startDate As DateTime = New DateTime(1, 1, 2013)
Dim endDate As DateTime = DateTime.Now
Dim ts As TimeSpan = endDate - startDate
Dim totalDays As Integer = ts.TotalDays
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