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See the DateTimeFormatInfo Class topic in VWDE Help for a set of examples showing the full range of formatting options available for Date values with the ToString method.
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Protected Sub Calendar1_SelectionChanged(ByVal sender As Object, _ ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Calendar1.SelectionChanged Me.Label1.Text = "Unformatted date: " & _ Me.Calendar1.SelectedDate.ToString Me.Label2.Text = "Formatted date: " & _ Me.Calendar1.SelectedDate.ToString("d") End Sub
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CHAPTER 10 INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL WEB DEVELOPER EXPRESS, WEB PAGES, AND WEB FORMS
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Running the Calendar Control Sample
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There are several ways to start a solution. You learned how to start an application without debugging (e.g., press Ctrl+F5). Yet another option is to view the page in a browser. You can view a page in a browser from multiple starting points, but one way is to right-click the page file name in Solution Explorer, such as CalendarFormattedDate.aspx. After selecting View in Browser, VWDE will prompt you to save any unsaved changes before attempting to display the page in a browser. If the page compiles properly, you will see the page in a browser.
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The first time VWDE opens a page or after any edit to a page, there will be a pause associated with the compiling of the code for the page. If there are no further changes to the page, subsequent attempts to run the page proceed much more quickly because VWDE references the compiled copy for the page instead of the uncompiled source code.
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Figure 10-7 shows the CalendarFormattedDate.aspx page file after the selection of July 21. The top label, Label1, shows the Date value for the selection in its unformatted version with both date and time values. However, selections from a Web Form Calendar control do not designate a time of day. Therefore, all unformatted values will have the same time element of midnight. Because the time element presents no useful information about the selected date, it is preferable to suppress its display. Figure 10-7 shows this outcome for the second Label control on the Web Form. The assignment statement for generating this outcome is the one for Me.Label2.Text in the Calendar1_SelectionChanged procedure.
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Figure 10-7. You can use members of the DateTimeFormatInfo class to customize the appearance of the return value from a Calendar control.
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CHAPTER 10 INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL WEB DEVELOPER EXPRESS, WEB PAGES, AND WEB FORMS
Programming a Message-for-the-Day Application
The Calendar control lends itself nicely to a message-for-the-day application. The need for this type of application is quite common. Because I teach both Sunday school and prayer classes, my messages are a collection of some of my favorite Bible verses. However, you can easily adapt this sample to present any kind of messages that you choose. The code for the sample is remarkably simple. The most cumbersome part is adding your messages to the sample. There are several reasonable approaches for achieving this kind of task, but this sample implementation uses a String array with each message populating an element in the array. In addition to the SelectionChanged event for the Calendar control, the sample also demonstrates the use of the Load event for the Web Form s Page class instance as well as the Form instance within the Page object. The sample s implementation could have just used the Load event for the Page object, but using both Load event procedures gives you a chance to see the use of Load event procedures for two different objects.
Laying Out a Page in Design View
Add a new Web Form to the WebSite1 project whose name is MessageForTheDay. Use the same settings as the previous sample so that the default language for the page is Visual Basic, and the sample uses a code-behind-page code model. After the Web Form opens in Source view, switch immediately to Design view. If you do not see the opening and closing div tags (<div> and </div>), choose View Details. Showing tags often makes the precise positioning of controls on a page easier. The page will use three Label controls and a Calendar control as well as some formatted text in the div block as a title preceding the controls. Start by positioning your cursor between the opening and closing div tags. Type Message for the Day. Select Message for the Day so the text appears highlighted. Choose Heading 3 <H3> from the Block Format control on the Format toolbar.
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