Vb net datetimepicker validating
I have even tried using the code as below but it does not help If Is Date(Format(txt Text Box. I want to check if this date input into the text box is a valid date or not. In actual, it treats 32 as the year instead of the date.Therefore please let me know a way out, if, when a user enters a date value into the txt Textbox in "dd-mm-yy" format how do I check if the date entered in a valid date? dd/mm/yyyy and the user will not be able to enter anything else but a valid date in it." id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl03_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="206214" /control and that control facilate to enter the date format in the proper order using # or ?another control in the microsoft calendra that also used in your project.However, when the form is posted back, the selected date/time value is not included in the post back because the input is disabled. Yeah I came at it the other way and see the "just plainly wrong" angle.I'm disabling a control, readonly, for eyes not fingers, I don't care so much about the data on submit so readonly or disabled will suit me. The next sections introduce the solutions for different usages.
All of the inner textbox's properties and events are accessed via the Win Date Picker control's Text Box Area.So I try the disabled and readonly attribute, as you'd expect... As a work-around I attempted to set both pick Date and pick Time to false resulting in an error being [email protected] Does the "implemented in v4" comment above refer to the #212 fix or to the original question?The following code demonstrates how to use the Display Format Provider and Display Format Specifier properties to display a custom formatted date. To change the formatting pattern used to edit the date (by default "d"), the Edit Format Specifier property can be set to any one of the supported formatting patterns and/or characters listed below.object is set to "yyyy -- MMMM -- ddd"; however the edit date that is used is the equivalent of "yyyy -- MM -- dd".