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VB.Net Tutorial » Date Time » Date Functions 
5.3.5.CDate: convert string(8/1/86) to date
Module Tester
    Public Sub Main()
        Dim sDate As String = "8/1/86"
        Dim dtDate As Date = CDate(sDate)
        Console.WriteLine("Date now holds {0}", dtDate)
    End Sub

End Module
Date now holds 08/01/1986 12:00:00 AM
5.3.Date Functions
5.3.1.DateAdd: add two date together
5.3.2.Weekday Function
5.3.3.Call to WeekdayName combined with call to Weekday
5.3.4.Determining the weekday of a date
5.3.5.CDate: convert string(8/1/86) to date
5.3.6.CDate: convert string(Tuesday, September 16, 1845 6:45pm) to Date
5.3.7.CDate: convert string(15 July, 1215) to Date
5.3.8.Assign Now() to a date variable
5.3.9.Different date between two dates
5.3.10.TimeOfDay
5.3.11.Calls GetDaysInMonth for the second month in each of five years in each era.
5.3.12.Call IsLeapMonth() for all the months
5.3.13.The FirstDayOfWeek used for the en-US culture
5.3.14.Current week in current year
5.3.15.Call IsLeapMonth for all the months in five years in the current era.
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