options can be either a date string in the format of YYYY-MM-DD or a Date object.
If the form need to validate start and end date, you should take a look at the Validating fields that depend on each other or Compraing dates example.
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First, code for this is really simple, create a Win Forms application with a Date Time Picker (Our project is in 4.0, but I tried creating it in 4.5, same problem).
true - automatically generates a mask on the field 'format', Digit from 0 to 9, set the highest possible digit for the value.
But I desperately need to figure out a way to fire the on Text Changed event when user selects a date from the datapicker. Last three explanations on the bug log was helpful for me.
I used Hi, I am having more or less the same problem myself. Calculate difference of two dates using dropdown and manual date entry In my case, i cant get the validations and calculations to work, if i key in the dates.
, try it out and you will see that this must be a serious bug . by the way i found that this is enough to solve the problem Option Strict On Option Explicit On Public Class Custom Date Time Picker Inherits Date Time Picker Protected Overrides Sub On Validating(By Val e As System.