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Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:30 am

I require a date formatted as "dd/mm/yyyy" regardless of culture, and have tried the following with the current date.

The current date is 18/10/2010 i.e. 18th October 2010.
Both of the following formatting attempts end up with a result of "18/00/2010", not "18/10/2010" as expected i.e. the month is being set to "00", not '10" as it should be.

Why is this happening? it is driving me crazy. :x

Dim DateString as string
DateString = Date.Today.ToString("dd/mm/yyyy")
DateString = String.Format("{0:dd/mm/yyyy}", Date.Today)

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Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:50 am

mm is minutes.

MM is Months.
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