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.NET: How to check whether a time is AM or PM

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Hi, I there any way I can check whether a time is AM or PM in C#? Or I have to do all the logic myself?
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not sure, but i suppose a simple hack would be

DateTime x = new DateTime(2008, 1, 1, 14, 0, 0);
bool am = x.TimeOfDay.Hours >= 13 ? false : true;
 
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Thanks. That's exactly what I needed. But Correct it this way: bool = x.Value.TimeOfDay.Hours >13?false:true;
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