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I want to fetch Max date in MM-dd-yyyy format using number 0 to 9 and without using any in built function e.g. MaxDate

Please help

What I have tried:

tried to form look up table but not succeeded
Updated 21-Aug-19 9:34am
phil.o 21-Aug-19 13:08pm
"I want" is not a question. Please read the FAQ and reformulate your post to a proper question. Stop trying to type as few characters as possible, and provide some relevant details about your issue.
srishti_ 22-Aug-19 1:40am
Thanks for your comment i don't know what detail you want in this short question but if you are not able to understand you can ask simply for the detail rather then giving a meaningless comment i am not trying to write few character this question is short and just for writing i can not write unnecessary things to create more confusion i wrote it as per my requirement. Also if you cant see it in proper way you can leave thanks again
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Solution 1

Well, the MM and dd parts are really obvious: MM = 12, dd = 31. The year is also simple: 9999
DateTime max = new DateTime(9999, 12, 31, 23, 59, 59);

But ... DateTime.MaxValue is a lot simpler and more obvious.
Maciej Los 21-Aug-19 14:34pm
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Solution 2

Well, a format of date is the string representation of date, not a date itself!

So, if you want to get max value, use DateTime.MaxValue[^] - as OriginalGriff said.
To display MM-dd-yyyy format, use ToString()[^] method.
srishti_ 22-Aug-19 1:34am
yes this is the way i can use but i want it without MaxValue function
Maciej Los 22-Aug-19 1:56am
Then follow the OriginalGriff's instruction ;)

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