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Posted 24 Nov 2012
QuoteI got the below code from one of my thread and is for Access VBA. I tried to use the same code in the vb.net application but its throwing cast error that conversion from string to date is not valid.
Well yeah, they're two different languages.
Where is YOUR effort to actually write something?
What have YOU tried and what errors did you get?
Or are you just expecting us to do all your work for you?
You should go to the MSDN and read up on the DateTime class so you can see the methods for parse and how to make a new DateTime object from a string.
thats a great reply... I have written the code in vba and i have used it in my excel vba application. That code is entirely different and it cant be used in vb.net, since i dont know how to convert it to vb.net.
I am a beginner in vb.net and so i asked for the help.
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