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vb.net add month

Posted on 2004-09-09
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I have a button

that the user will hit and it will look at the current month and at 1 to it;

example:
Current date is June 2004

user hit button msgbox says July 2004

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Question by:hogan9111
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this may more better
 MessageBox.Show(Today.ToString("MMMM yyyy"))
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MsgBox(Format(DateTime.Now().AddMonths(1), "MMMM yyyy"))
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yeah if you want a after month show
MessageBox.Show(Today.AddMonths(1).ToString("MMMM yyyy"))
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