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The code snippet below shows a Calendar and a Label control added to a simple Web site. The selection mode is set to DayWeekMonth:

<asp:Calendar id="Calendar1" runat="server" DayNameFormat="Short" SelectionMode="DayWeekMonth">
</asp:Calendar>
<asp:Label id="Label1" runat="server"/>

Once a user makes a selection, you need to write code in the Calendar1 SelectionChanged event to evaluate if a user clicked on a day, week or month and write the result to Label1

Whick of the following code segments will acheve the stated goals?

1.
Select Case Calendar1.SelectedDates.Count
  Case 1 'Day
     Label1.Text="You have selected a day."
  Case 7 'Week
     Label1.Text="You have selected a week."
  Case is > 7
     Label1.Text="You have selected a month."
End Select

2.
Select Case Calendar1.SelectionMode
  Case "Day"
     Label1.Text="You have selected a day."
  Case "Week"
     Label1.Text="You have selected a week."
  Case "Month"
     Label1.Text="You have selected a month."
End Select

3.
Select Case Calendar1.Count
  Case 1 'Day
     Label1.Text="You have selected a day."
  Case 7 'Week
     Label1.Text="You have selected a week."
  Case Is > 7
     Label1.Text="You have selected a month."
End Select

4.

Select Case Calendar1.SelectedMode.Current
  Case "Day"
     Label1.Text="You have selected a day."
  Case "Week"
     Label1.Text="You have selected a week."
  Case "Month"
     Label1.Text="You have selected a month."
End Select
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Question by:cybernation989
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
ID: 20364217
A quick glance at the properties of the calendar control will tell you the correct answer.

note: answer #2 is obviously wrong, I hope you see that..
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by:cybernation989
ID: 20364343
Great example of code at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dxf9k8sh(vs.71).aspx

I have to go with answer 1 but then again I have been wrong many of times.
VB
 
Sub Date_Selected(sender as Object sender, e As EventArgs)
   Select (Calendar1.SelectedDates.Count)
      Case 0:    'None
         Label1.Text = "No dates are currently selected"
      Case 1:    'Day
         Label1.Text = "The selected date is " & _ 
                       Calendar1.SelectedDate.ToShortDateString
      Case 7:    'Week
         Label1.Text = "The selection is a week beginning " & _
                       Calendar1.SelectedDate.ToShortDateString
      Case Else: 'Month
         Label1.Text = "The selection is a month beginning " & _
                       Calendar1.SelectedDate.ToShortDateString
   End Select
End Sub

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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yes, that answer would be correct!
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by:cybernation989
ID: 20364417
Hey I got one... hands angelIII a beer
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