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How can I compare 2 DateTimePicker control (configre to display only time) for the time and not the date?

Posted on 2006-12-01
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I'm using the following code but it's using the Date of the control and time during the comparison.  I only want to compare the time,   how can I do that?  Thanks.
 if ((toTime.Value.CompareTo(fromTime.Value)) < 0)
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Ravi Singh earned 500 total points
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Hi, you can use the TimeOfDay property on the DateTime object:

if (toTime.Value.TimeOfDay < fromTime.Value.TimeOfDay)
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