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[.net] DateTimePicker?

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Can the DateTimePicker control actually display the time? I can't find out how. I assume you can, hence the name. dateTIMEpicker.

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I've already tried that. It only tells me about the DATE feature and still does not answer my question.

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Original post by Kryptus
I've already tried that. It only tells me about the DATE feature and still does not answer my question.

You need to spend time reading documentation. This might sound rude, but seriously, if you're going to be a programmer, you can't ask these type of questions - it's clearly documented. You just need to get used how to use MSDN. Here's one way of doing this:

1. Google for DateTimePicker
2. click the first link
(Most likely using the locally installed MSDN directly is even better than 1-2)
3. look around what properties the control DateTimePicker publishes
4. Well, it's probably not DateTimePicker.CalendarFont... But hey, what about DateTimePicker.Format? Wouldn't you just try setting it to DateTimePickerFormat.Time?

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