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DateTime.ToString() formats

Zilele astea m-am trezit cu niste probleme la o aplicatie la care am lucrat impreuna cu niste colegi. Formatul la ora nu era consistent in toata aplicatia. In unele locatii aparea sub forma 04:50, iar in alte locatii aparea sub forma 16:50.
Problema principala a fost ca s-a folosit formatarea fara a se cunoaste exact ce se afiseaza cand se foloseste HH sau hh.
Mai jos as vrea sa ne uitam la metoda ToString a unui DateTime. Aceasta primeste ca si parametru un string prin intermediul caruia se poate specifica modul de formatare a datei.
  • yyyy - o sa afiseze anul in formatul 2012
  • MMMM - luna in litere( iulie, august, ...)
  • MM - luna in cifre( 07, 08)
  • dddd - ziua din saptamana in litere( luni, marti)
  • ddd - ziua in litere dar prescurta
  • dd - ziua curenta din luna( 20, 31, ...)
  • H - ora in format 24, iar daca ora e mai mica ca 10 se va afisa o singura cifra, fara 0( 1, 2, 14)
  • HH - ora in format 24, iar daca ora e mai mica ca 10 se va afisa un 0 la inceput( 01, 02, 14)
  • h - ora in format AM/PM, iar daca ora e mai mica ca 10 se va afisa o singura cifra, fara 0( 1, 2, 2)
  • hh- ora in format AM/PM, iar daca ora e mai mica ca 10 se va afisa un 0 la inceput( 01, 02, 02)
  • tt - daca este AM sau PM( AM, PM)
  • mm - minute
  • ss - secunde

Comments

  1. No hai... asta e si in MSDN.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/az4se3k1.aspx
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8kb3ddd4.aspx

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  2. Multumesc Andrei ca ai dat aceste linkuri. Mai mult ca sigur pentru cine vroia sa afle aceste lucruri putea sa foloseasca Bing :)

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