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Old July 25th, 2007, 03:27 PM
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From the datetime object I am trying to print as
01,July,2005..how can I achieve this.
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One solution would be set up an array of months spelled the way you want them and then format your output with array[DateTime.Month - 1].

Another would be to take the DateTime.ToLongDateString() and parse it using Split in to an array and use the elements of the array to form your date.


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Do you really need all these?? Just try the below one:

Response.Write(DateTime.Now.ToString("dd,MMMM,yyyy "));

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ya.. its working fine.. thanks Mike.


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