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Basically, i have a database and im creating an insert method in c# that inserts a record into a member table

I have inserted the firstname, surname, email address etc but i want to insert an expiry date

Now i want it so its 3 years from the day they registered.

Is there a way to do this?

as simple as you possibly can, im a very very big newbie.
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There are some good Date/Time examples at http://www.dotnetperls.com/datetime[^]

For your case, you can do:

C#
DateTime expiryDate = DateTime.Today.AddYears(3);


And then add expiryDate to your sql that saves it into the table.
   
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[no name] 18-Feb-14 20:37pm
   
You're a genius, the most simplest thing ever!!! haha was expecting some complex sh*t to be posted, but man you seriously just saved me hours and hours haha.. thanks mate, helps sooo much :)
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ZurdoDev 18-Feb-14 21:14pm
   
Let intellisense teach you. :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 18-Feb-14 21:15pm
   
Amazing level of OP satisfaction... :-)
5ed... :-)
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thatraja 19-Feb-14 2:20am
   
5!
Andrius Leonavicius 19-Feb-14 16:27pm
   
+5 P.S. OP's comment improved my mood. :)

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