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DDX Routine for CTime (International)

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There is no predefined DDX routine for CTime objects.  This must have been solved many times before. Can anyone point me  an example that demonstrates this.  Hopefully it would be an international (unicode aware) solution?
Thanks in Advance.  
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Check the MSDN for the following topic :

CTime DDX Routine for CRecordView Date Fields

there is a sample code which does what you want.
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