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Hello Experts
Can someone please help with a simple code snippet to return the following

Input Param: Dec-15
Output Param: 12-20015

 d = "Jan-15"
 Public Shared Function GetExpiryDate(ByVal d As String) As String
        Dim DateString = d.Split("-")        
	Dim RetVal As String = ""

        'Sort out the month part


        'Sort out the rest of the string

        'RetVal = "01-2015"
        Return RetVal

    End Function

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Dim DateString as String[] = d.Split("-")        
      Dim RetVal As String = ""

        'Sort out the month part
         Select Case
                  Case "Jan"
                     RetVal = "01"
                   Case "Feb"
                      RetVal = "02"
                  Case "Mar"  
                       RetVal = "03"
                  Case "Apr"
                       RetVal = "04"
                  Case "May"
                        RetVal = "05"
                  Case "Jun"
                        RetVal = "06"
                  Case "Jul"
                     RetVal = "07"
                   Case "Aug"
                      RetVal = "08"
                  Case "Sep"  
                       RetVal = "09"
                  Case "Oct"
                       RetVal = "10"
                  Case "Nov"
                        RetVal = "11"
                  Case "Dec"
                        RetVal = "12"
          End Select

        'Sort out the rest of the string
          RetVal = RetVal + "20" + DateString[1]
        'RetVal = "01-2015"
        Return RetVal
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