asp.net formatting military time

I want to show short date 9/15/04 and military time 23:10

What would I do to convert this my TextTimeIn.Value to that format?

If Not row.IsTimeInNull Then Me.TextTimeIn.Value = row.TimeIn

Its' currently showing this: 8/21/2004 2:38:09 PM

jamesh1031Asked:
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gspronychCommented:
To manually add a culture to a page, add the culture keyword to your page directive.
Click the html tab to view the html version of your page.

Then add this value at the top of the page
culture="en-GB"

My page directive looks like this

<%@ Page Language="vb" AutoEventWireup="false" Codebehind="RTF.aspx.vb" Inherits="Secure.RTF" culture="en-GB"%>

It's worth a try


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jamesh1031Author Commented:
This data is stored in one field (date and time) (MS Sql)
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netjkusCommented:
string dtformat = "MM/dd/YYYY HH:mm:ss";

string Timenow = DateTime.Now.ToString(dtformat);

Note the Capital HH - makes it 24 hour format.

any question email me.
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netjkusCommented:
Or if you need to convert a datetime existing, eg.

 Datetime Dttest = GetdatetimefromDBfield();

dttest.ToString(dtformat);
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jamesh1031Author Commented:
So, how do add it to the page?

If Not row.IsTimeInNull Then Me.TextTimeIn.Value = row.TimeIn
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DotNetLover_BaanCommented:
Hi there,
use...
     If Not row.IsTimeInNull Then Me.TextTimeIn.Value = Format(CType(row.TimeIn , Date), "HH:mm")

-Baan
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gspronychCommented:
Hi

I found the easiest way to change date formats by changing the page culture.

Click the page, and scroll down to culture in the properties window.
Change the culture to this property for your formatting: en-GB English (United Kingdom)
This culture will shows dates in this format '24/08/2004 16:09:42'
Changing the culture will display times as described by each culture.

Localization can be done project wide, or page specific as I described above.
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jamesh1031Author Commented:
I couldn't get dotnetlover's method to work....i don't have anywhere where I see "culture" in visual studio.net in a properties window..i may post the question at sql as I want to make sure that the display format won't mess up the db data when saving.
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DotNetLover_BaanCommented:
>> "I couldn't get dotnetlover's method to work"<<  
what is the error you are geting ?
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jamesh1031Author Commented:
no error, just didn't format the date and time.

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DotNetLover_BaanCommented:
Hi there...
if you want to change your culture from code....

Imports System.Globalization
Imports System.Threading

Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = New CultureInfo("en-US")

Then use my earlier post...
visit this link...  http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/getWR/steps/wrg_date.mspx
-Baan
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