MM-YY Convert to DD-MM-YYYY ie. make credit card expiry date into a datetime

Anyone know how to make my MMYY value eg: 0708 into a datetime variable DDMMYYYY eg: 31072008 ???

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Jorge SanchezSoftware EngineerCommented:
You have to create a new DateTime object and pass it the year and month to the constructor

            Dim myDate As New DateTime(2008, 7, 31)
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Christopher KileCommented:
Sure :)
dim monthYearString = "0708"
dim dayString = "20"
Dim centuryString = "20"
Dim datetimeVar as DateTime = DateTime.Parse(centuryString & monthYearString.Substring(2, 2) & "/" & monthYearString.Substring(0, 2) & "/" & dayString)
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