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In Windows form there is a control call DateTimePicker, is there a similar control in asp? If not, what are the options?

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In Asp.net you will get calendar control but in classic ASP there is no control for datatime. In ASP if you need to do it you must use third party date control. Just go google and search for it you will get lots of date control for classic ASP which are free and easy to use if you wont find it let me know.

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