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The Dates and Times category contains the following FAQs:

Question: How are dates and times stored in the various components of ASP? Why does the appearance of a date and/or time change depending on what I use to display it?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Bill Wilkinson at 3/22/2002 4:35:41 PM. (75,392 views...)

Question: How can I calculate the years, months, and days between two dates?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Scott Mitchell at 2/4/2002 12:05:46 AM. (72,979 views...)

Question: How can I time the execution speed of my ASP pages to the millisecond?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Richard Lowe at 10/28/2000 4:08:29 AM. (54,273 views...)

Question: How can I add or subtract time from a date?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Scott Mitchell at 10/9/2000 4:32:36 PM. (80,966 views...)

Question: How can I determine the number of days in a given month?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Scott Mitchell at 10/6/2000 3:23:00 PM. (51,270 views...)

Question: How can I display dates in a completely custom format (that might not be supported by FormatDateTime)?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Scott Mitchell at 9/27/2000 5:10:41 PM. (71,759 views...)

Question: How can I return the current date/time?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Scott Mitchell at 9/24/2000 3:47:27 PM. (58,677 views...)

Question: How can I easily display a nicely formatted date variable?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Scott Mitchell at 9/24/2000 3:44:53 PM. (75,619 views...)

Question: Using VBScript, how can I determine if a variable is a valid date or not?
[View the Answer!] Posted by Scott Mitchell at 9/24/2000 3:28:28 PM. (53,379 views...)


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