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How would I change the date format {0:d} to display just the month?  I'm coding in Asp.net C#

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How would I change this date format to show just the month?  BTW, this label is part of a listview control:
<asp:Label ID="dateLabel" runat="server" Text='<%# Eval("date", "{0:d}") %>' 
                            Font-Bold="True" />

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Use "M" instead.

e.g.

<asp:Label ID="dateLabel" runat="server" Text='<%# Eval("date", "{0:M}") %>' 
                            Font-Bold="True" />

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You can check the following site for more format specifiers:  http://blog.stevex.net/string-formatting-in-csharp/
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