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vb.net if datetime.now > 17:00

Hi experts,

im having a real brain dead kinda day...

I am trying to figure out how to write

if the time is greater than 17:00 UTC then ...

but for the life of my my brain is on holiday one day earlier than the body and i cant think...
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SimonPrice33
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
have you tried:

DateTime.UtcNow.Hour>17
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SimonPrice33Author Commented:
i think so....

its been one of those days...

but got the code now...

 Dim date1 As Date = DateTime.Now.Today & " " & #2:23:30 PM#
        Dim result As Integer = DateTime.Compare(dt, date1)
        Dim relationship As String

        If result < 0 Then
            relationship = "is earlier than"

            MessageBox.Show(relationship)
        ElseIf result = 0 Then
            relationship = "is the same time as"
            MessageBox.Show(relationship)
        Else
            relationship = "is later than"
            MessageBox.Show(relationship)
        End If
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SimonPrice33Author Commented:
simpler than my comparison :)
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