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Posted on 2012-04-05
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I've got to calculate the renewal date when the begindate begins per the given terms. I'm not sure how to go about it with due to the datatypes.

textbxBeginDate as Calendar   07/10/2011   datetime
textbxTerms as numeric   12     int
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textbxRenewDate as Calendar   07/10/2012   datetime
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Question by:fwstealer
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by:fwstealer
ID: 37812614
tried this but not right
protected void getExpDt()
        {
            int terms = 0;
            DateTime programStartDt;
            DateTime expDt;

            if (textbxBeginDate.Text == "")
            {
                textbxRenewDate.Text = "";
            }
            else
            {
                programStartDt = Convert.ToDateTime(textbxBeginDate.Text);

                if (textbxTerms.Text == "")
                {
                    terms = 0;
                }
                else
                {
                    terms = Convert.ToInt32(textbxTerms.Text);
                    expDt = programStartDt.AddYears(terms);
//not quite right 4/2/2012 and 12 = 4/2/2024

                    textbxRenewDate.Text = expDt.ToString();
                }
            }  
        }
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wdosanjos earned 2000 total points
ID: 37812893
It seems 12 is the number of months.  So you should have expDt = programStartDt.AddMonths(terms); instead.
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