Visual Basic Date and Time Tutorials

There are many date and time functions in Visual Basic 6. You can use these functions to compare dates and times, store date and times, and manipulate date and time variables. These VB tutorials show you how to use all the tools Visual Basic gives you to work with dates and times.

  • Level1
    Visual Basic .NET gives us a DateTime structure for working with Dates and Times. Built into this structure are a bunch of static and non-static methods that allow us to handle some of the more complex thing (like displaying the data in different formats based on cultural settings).
  • Level1
    What day is it? What time is it? VB.NET provides great support for both dates and DateTimes. With the DateTime structure you can format dates and times to be displayed in different ways and you can add time to an existing date or time. See how long apart two dates are. And many more things (all in an object oriented way).
  • Level2
    Compare dates in Visual Basic with the built in DateDiff function. This VB6 tutorial explains how to use this valuable function.
  • Level2
    Visual Basic 6 has many Date and Time functions to help in development. Learn how to use the VB6 DateAdd function using this tutorial.
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    Learn how to use the time and date functions in Visual Basic. This VB6 tutorial introduces you to the basics of these functions leading you through everything you need to know to handle dates and times in VB.
  • Level1
    This VB6 tutorial explains how you can format dates and times using the Visual Basic format command.

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