Date time conversion

VB.net 2005
SQL 2005

I have two variable, one contains date and secound time. Booth is the type of string..
How can I do first validation this variable that I'm shure that contains time and date and then convert to type date and time

Regards...
amaimediaAsked:
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planoczCommented:
Can you give us a sample of what your 2 vars look like?
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amaimediaAuthor Commented:
yes
Dim x,y as string
x = "31/12/2006"
y = "10:23 AM"
and I try send sql with this
date.Value = CType(x, Date)
and this OK, somethimes in variable x I have
x= "45/35/moi"
and this cause error with conversion CType(x, Date), I try first to validate date, and next I try to do conversion... How can I do that.

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planoczCommented:
x = "31/12/2006"   Is this the format you want? (dd/MM/yyy)

or do you want  this..... MM/dd/yyyy   ?
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planoczCommented:
Here isa sample of what you can do.....

'Run This.......

 MessageBox.Show(CheckDateTime("31/12/2006", "10:23 AM"))

'ADD this to your Form

  Function CheckDateTime(ByVal x As String, ByVal y As String)
        Dim dob As DateTime
        Dim dobT As DateTime
        ' x = "31/12/2006"
        'y = "10:23 AM"
        Try
            x = x.Substring(3, 2) & "/" & x.Substring(0, 2) & "/" & x.Substring(6)
            dob = CDate(x)
            dobT = CDate(y)
            dobT += dob
            Return dobT
        Catch Exp As System.InvalidCastException
            MsgBox(Exp.Message, MsgBoxStyle.Critical, "General Error")
            Return "Error"
        End Try
    End Function
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amaimediaAuthor Commented:
Ok
I Solve this with IsDate Function...
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