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How do you extract the TIME from a DateTime variable?

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I have a DateTime variable that holds the following value:

1/1/1900 8:30 AM

I want to extract the 8:30 AM from the value.  How do I do this?
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that particular part is a timespan assigned to the timeofday property

Timespan tod = yourTimeVariable.TimeOfDay;
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