1. DateTime Structure (System) - msdn.microsoft.com


    Represents an instant in time, typically expressed as a date and time of day. To browse the .NET Framework source code for this type, see the Reference Source ...

  2. VB.Net - Date & Time - Tutorials Point


    VB.Net Date & Time - Learn VB.Net Programming in simple and easy steps starting from Environment setup, Basic Syntax, Data Types, Type Conversion, Variables ...

  3. Custom Date and Time Format Strings - msdn.microsoft.com


    The following table describes the custom date and time format specifiers and displays a result string produced by each format specifier. By default, result strings ...

  4. Time and Date


    Time and Date gives information about the dates and times from your local region to any area in the world. Research times across the globe, review the time zone map ...

  5. Working with dates and times in VB.NET - TechRepublic


    VB.NET's DateTime structure represents an instant in time and is usually expressed as a particular date and time of the day. DateTime comes in handy whenever you need ...

  6. Date Time Functions In Visual Basic | Visual Basic 6 (VB6)


    Similarly, the Date and Time statements use the Visual Basic 6.0 format to set the system date and time.

  7. Excel VBA Date and Time - EASY Excel Macros


    Year, Month, Day of a Date | DateAdd | Current Date and Time | Hour, Minute, Second | TimeValue. Learn how to work with dates and times in Excel VBA.

  8. vb.net - Get the current date and time - Stack Overflow

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    • : 11/13/2012

    1/12/2014 · I want to get the current date and time. For example: 2012/11/13 06:30:38 What I have tried: Dim d As System.DateTime MsgBox(d.Year) 'Return 1

  9. VB.NET DateTime Examples - Dot Net Perls


    This VB.NET tutorial uses DateTime. It uses DateTime constructors and properties and computes relative dates.

  10. Visual Basic 2008 Tutorial_Lesson 16- Formatting Functions ...


    Visual Basic 2008 Tutorial. Lesson 16: Functions Part V- Formatting Date and Time << >> 16.1 Formatting Date and time using predefined formats