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displaying a time without the seconds.

Posted on 2008-10-01
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I have the following:
litEndTime.Text = _endTime.TimeOfDay.ToString

where _endTime is of datatype Date.

When this is displayed i get:
16:22:01.4715497

i want:
16:22

how can i do this?
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litEndTime.Text = _endTime.TimeOfDay.ToString("HH:mm")
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Mike Tomlinson earned 500 total points
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TimeOfDay() returns a TimeSpan instance which does NOT accept formatting options for ToString()...   =\

Just use ToString() directly on your DateTime like this:

    litEndTime.Text = _endTime.ToString("HH:mm")
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