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DoDateTime format

Posted on 2004-07-30
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Hi there,

How do I format the following

<%= DoDateTime((Bulletin.Fields.Item("EventDateTime").Value), 1, 1033) %>

Tuesday, August 24, 2004

into

Tuesday, August 24


Many thanks

MM
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Question by:MaximusMeridus
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<%
outvar = DoDateTime((Bulletin.Fields.Item("EventDateTime").Value), 1, 1033)
Response.Write(left(outvar,len(outvar)-6))
%>
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by:neeraj523
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you can do it like this also..

<%
itemDate = Bulletin.Fields.Item("EventDateTime").Value
itemDate = Left(WeekDayName(WeekDay(itemDate)),3) & ", " & MonthName(Month(itmeDate)) & " " & Right("00" & Day(itemDate),2)
%>

neeraj523
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by:MaximusMeridus
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Thanks!
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by:MaximusMeridus
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Sorry one last thing..

How do I convert

Tuesday, August 24

to

Tuesday, 24th August
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