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use DateTime.Now to display month and year

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lblSubTitle.Text = new DateTime().Month.ToString("m") + new DateTime().Year.ToString("yyyy");

Says format specifier is invalid.

Can someone tell me what I should use?  I want to display this:

"February 2015"
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Question by:Tom Knowlton
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Seems like:

 lblSubTitle.Text = tempdt.ToString("MMMM yyyy");

gave me what I wanted.
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