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QuestionGet the week of the month in string using C# Pin
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QuestionMy (previously working) DateTimePickers have gone nuts! Pin
Peter R. Fletcher18-Apr-17 12:55
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I have a fairly simple VB.Net application which I wrote a few years ago to chart weather observations. It uses two DateTimePicker controls to specify the date/time range of the data to be charted and had been working fine, once I got a few initial minor bugs sorted out. I don't use it that often (perhaps once every 3-6 months), so I don't know when the behavior I am about to describe started. A couple of days ago, I ran the application, and, instead of defaulting to displaying the beginning and end of the most recent 24 hours for which data was available (e.g. 04/18/2017 12:23), both controls displayed only the delimiter characters (// : ). The values of the fields were apparently correct - choosing a data set and pressing the 'plot' button produced the expected plot of 24 hours' data - but the datetimepicker controls didn't 'work'.

Debugging with Visual Studio confirmed that the contents of all the variables were as expected, but the controls still looked (differently!) weird in the running program, although they looked as they should in design view. Running under Visual Studio, the controls sort of worked, but with an enormous amount of horizontal space (and no delimiters) between each subfield (month, day, year, minutes, seconds), so that only one or at most two subfields were in view at a time.

Has anyone seen anything like this and/or does anyone know what may be going on.
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QuestionFind a solution for automating a manual task for searching a TFS change-set dot-net technology Pin
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