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asp.net, c#

I have two textboxes using for dates. like begin date and end date.
How can I validate begin date must be earlier than end date in code behind (c#)?
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CoolDev2014
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CoolDev2014
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CtrlAltDlCommented:
//TextBox1 = Start Date  |  TextBox2 = End Date
if (Convert.ToDateTime(TextBox1.Text)  < Convert.ToDateTime(TextBox2.Text)) {
    //Start Date is less than End Date
} else {
    //End Date is less than Start Date, so send error
}
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CoolDev2014Author Commented:
i need to do that with the build int validation controller.
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Brijesh GandhiCommented:
<asp:CompareValidator id="cvtxtStartDate" runat="server" ControlToCompare="txtStartDate" cultureinvariantvalues="true" display="Dynamic" enableclientscript="true"  ControlToValidate="txtFinishDate" ErrorMessage="Start date must be earlier than finish date" type="Date" setfocusonerror="true" Operator="GreaterThanEqual" text="Start date must be earlier than finish date"></asp:CompareValidator>

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But I would suggest to make validation from client side using javascript code as per below
if (Date.parse(fromDate) > Date.parse(toDate)) {
alert("Invalid Date Range!\nStart Date cannot be after End Date!")
return false;
}

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