- Click on the Start button.
- Click on Control Panel.
- On the Control Panel, click on Date, Time, Language and Regional Options.
- Click on Change the Format of Numbers, Dates and Times
- On the Regional Options tab, click the Customize button.
- Click the Date Tab.
- In the Short date format combo box, enter DD/MM/YYYY.
- Click Apply.
- Verify your change in the Short Date Sample box. If it's correct, click OK, otherwise, go back to step 7.
Monday, April 16, 2007
What a dummy tip????
Even I liked your blog.. amazing information you provide... and thanks for encouraging me.... keep blogging...
u dont know how much this post helped me man!! :) :)
needed this to earn my first salary!! :)
THANKS SO MUCH!! u r my lucky charm now buddy!!! :)
Nice to know that the tip helped you.
thax very much jason s !!! the date format worked fine for me
Click on Regainal d Langauge option in Control Pannel not Date And Time option.
Dummys tip useful when you get Error: String was not recognized as a valid DateTime
while debugging your code!
Thanks a lot for this tip.. its v useful...