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Posted on 2007-03-29
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+            rw(1)      #7/2/2006# {Date}      Object
+            rw(2)      #7/29/2006# {Date}      Object
Getting rid of the #
in the datetime?

 For Each rw As DataRow In dt.Rows
            _customer.GetCustomerList(selectedDBName, rw)
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That is just the way it is DISPLAYED.

If you want a datetime myDatetime displayed in a specific way, you can always do
myDatetime.Format("your-format-specifier-here")
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