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returnDate = "03/04/2014";
departureDate = "03/01/2014";

 TimeSpan rentalDays = (Convert.ToDateTime(returnDate) -

Convert.ToDateTime(departureDate));


Response.Write(rentalDays.ToString())

it shows 3.00:00:00 from the response.write. How can I make it shown 3 only
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Question by:CoolDev2014
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AndyAinscow earned 2000 total points
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Is this what you wanted
Response.Write(rentalDays.Days.ToString())
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by:CoolDev2014
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great. Andy. U are the best.
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