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Convert to and from a juilan date?

Is there some sort of function within VB, that would allow me to convert a
datetime to/from a julian date

Nov 20 '05 #1
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"news.microsoft .com" <au****@aussie. com> wrote in
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Is there some sort of function within VB, that would allow me to
convert a datetime to/from a julian date


I don't think there is one built in, but a quick search on CodeHound.com
showed a few people offering up small routines to do the conversion...


Hope that helps,
Nov 20 '05 #2
Hi Someone,

In the System.Globaliz ation namespace there is a whole selection of
Calendars, including GregorianCalend ar and JulianCalendar.

Worth investigating, I'd say. ;-)

Nov 20 '05 #3
Thank YOU. A God send for some of my legacy coding problems.

"Fergus Cooney" <fi*****@post.c om> wrote in message
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Hi Someone,

In the System.Globaliz ation namespace there is a whole selection of
Calendars, including GregorianCalend ar and JulianCalendar.

Worth investigating, I'd say. ;-)


Nov 20 '05 #4

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