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, halo.5 reloaded.rar password.Q: If I have a date stored in a DataRow as a DateTime does this change the date to the time stamp? I have some code which iterates over each row of a DataTable and then checks whether the date in that row is older than 30 days. I thought that it would be easiest to do this using the DateTime datatype rather than converting the string date to a dateTime value. However, this means that I need to convert the string date back to a DateTime. Is this conversion ok? In other words, if I have a date in the DataTable and it is stored as a DateTime does that change the DateTime to a time stamp? In other words, if I get a row where the date is stored as 11/01/2010 10:00 am does the DateTime change to a time stamp of 11/01/2010 9:00 am or 11/01/2010 10:00 am? A: Yes, there is no change. The DateTime only contains a date, not time. DateTime | TimeStamp ------------------------------------- 10/10/2000 | 00:00:00 01/01/2001 | 00:00:00 The DateTime variable is a datatype that stores only the date part of a DateTime. It is of type DateTime. To create a dateTime from the string, you have to first convert it to a DateTime. The DateTime.Parse() method has to be used. Here is an example: string inputDate = "11/01/2010 10:00 am"; DateTime newDate = DateTime.Parse(inputDate); In your case, this should do it: DataRow row = table.Rows[0]; DateTime myDate = (DateTime)row["DateTimeColumn"]; if (myDate > DateTime.Now.AddDays(-30)) { //do something } No, it is not. The Date




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