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basic date formatting question

Posted on 2007-04-04
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Hi

I have this code

 String.Format("{0:MM-dd-yyyy}", Session("deadline")

and its giving me this output

12/04/2007 00:00

how do i get rid of the time.
thanks
amdrea
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Question by:andieje
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What is the data type for Session("deadline")?  Is it a Date type or a string?

You could try something like this:

  DateTime.Parse(Session("deadline")).ToString("MM-dd-yyyy")

Bob
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by:andieje
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hi, its string
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that did it
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