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Data-aware time control

Posted on 2000-04-12
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Hello all,

I have scoured the Internet from here to Timbuktu and I cannot find a decent data-aware time control (not just date).

Any ideas?
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Question by:ffelaar
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simonet earned 15 total points
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Why not create your own, derived from TDateTimePicker?

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I had writen a TDBDataTimePicker,but i finally found that when the field is null,the result is wrong and it's very diffcult to control.so i throw it away. :)
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I took your advice so you earn your points ;-) Thanx
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