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how do i get the number of days between two dates
February 13, 2009
How do i get the no of days between two given dates. In other ways how can i get the difference between two given dates,
First Date - 1/1/2009
Last Date - 23/1/2009
result would be 22 days.
How can i achieve using C#.
Posted Date: February 14, 2009 Points: 5
Hi Ramesh... just check this...
string diff = ((TimeSpan)(dt2 - dt1)).Days.ToString();
TextBox3.Text = diff.ToString();
I think it may help u..
Posted Date: February 24, 2009 Points: 5
Just try like this..
DateTime LoginTime = DateTime.Parse(1/1/2009);
DateTime LogoutTime = DateTime.Parse( 23/1/2009);
LoginTime = Convert.ToDateTime(LTimes.ToString());
LogoutTime = Convert.ToDateTime(LTimes.ToString());
ts = LogoutTime - LoginTime;
ts = new TimeSpan(LogoutTime.Ticks - LoginTime.Ticks);
TotalTime = ts.Days.ToString();
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