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dtpicker control and format function

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i have 2 questions
1- in the DTPicker control i set format to custom, and custom format to hh:mm:ss but when run the program all things is ok except one thing i want the hours to be from 00 to 23 not from 00 to 12 how can i do that?

2- i want to use the format function in order two represent any number in 4 characters only and leave blank (not 0) in the case of the number is less than 4 characters
e.g.

"1234" => "1234"
"12  " => "  45"  (not "0045")
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Question by:aft
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by:Joshyy
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instead of hh:mm:ss make the format HH:mm:ss
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by:Joshyy
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what do u mean in your second question?
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by:aft
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i want to display any number in 4 characters if the number is less than 4 charcters add a space or more  before it
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by:andysalih
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Private Sub Form_Load()
    Label1.Caption = Format(Now, "Long Time") & vbCrLf & Format(Now, "Medium Time") & vbCrLf & Format(Now, "Short Time") & vbCrLf & Format(Now, "General Date") & vbCrLf & Format(Now, "Long Date") & vbCrLf & Format(Now, "Medium Date") & vbCrLf & Format(Now, "Short Date")
End Sub


shows different samples of time format

is that what you require

regards
Andy
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Z_Beeblebrox earned 60 total points
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Hi,

for the number thing:

Space(4 - Len(CStr(intNumber))) & CStr(intNumber)

Zaphod.
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