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Urgent: How does my VB.Net program detect the computer system time?

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Dear all,
I'm needing an urgent help.
I'm now maintaining a system which has a function of "Automatic Calculation".
User is allowed to set of a time which then will be stored in one of my sql tables; in which, in any particular day, when it reaches that time, the system will automatically do some calculation.
Now, i need to debug the part of that calculation. But I don't know how the computer time is detected by my program (the program was not written by me before). and what should i do so that when it reaches that time, the process can stop at the debugger that i place somewhere in my codes.
thanks a lot....
Sep 24 '07 #1
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Shashi Sadasivan
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the Datetime.Now gets the current system time.
Maybe if you search for something similar you might decrypt it.
cheers
Sep 24 '07 #2

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