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Sep 1, 2010

how can i convert these datatypes: date to string and integer to string.Because it must be in a string datatype when I display it in a datetimepicker and textbox.


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The thing is that I want to cover all possible angles; both points and commas may be used as decimal sign by the users. So I wondering if anyone has written some code that deals with such a situation. I was thinking of an extension method that makes the
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