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Changing the hour display

Posted on 2007-03-21
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Hi there,
How can i format the time in VS 2005?
right now i have the time display as 4:35 pm but i need instead to show 16::35pm
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Use:

DateTime.ToString("t")

That will result in 16:35.

It will not include pm, as that information is redundant...  If you need to include pm, then

DateTime.ToString("t") & CStr(IIf(DateTime.Now > 12, "pm", "am"))

You can also use DateTime.ToString("T") to display the seconds as well.

Jake
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NOTE: DateTime is a DateTime variable :)

If you want the current time, repleace DateTime with DateTime.Now.

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