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Old November 12th, 2004, 11:12 PM
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hello anybody,

How can i code the txtbox to accept a date entry exclusively? any genius out there?


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Old November 15th, 2004, 09:19 AM
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if you are using VB6 use a datepicker...

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Old November 16th, 2004, 01:36 AM
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I'm a new coder..sorry....but datapicker? You mean i need to check the entry if it is a valid date?

ex.: If IsDate(txtSODate.Text) Then
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Is this what you mean?

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Hi Rudner!

Datepicker is actually a control object. You can add this your Toolbox by referencing the Microsoft Windows Common Controls - 2 6.0 (SP6)) or MSCOMCT@.OCX file. In VB IDE goto Project|Components.


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Salamat Dodie,

Censya kana ha..akala ko kac yon yong nasa isip.. talo mo ako sa coding malamang..pero sa badminto baka sakaling may laban ako sau...hehehe..sana mag kita tau...saang court ka ba ng badminton naglalaro?

Thank you my friend

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Hi everyone. I am a new programmer in asp.net . I would like to get the date selected from a calendar to the textbox in a asp.net web page. I know i have to use datepicker but can some one tell me a step by step procedure followed in order to use datepicker in a proper manner. Please any one? The replies can be sent to sgsandeep@gmail.com also.

 
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try this question in a asp.net forum.. this is a VB 6 forum...

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