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Comments by Jani Giannoudis (Top 16 by date)

Jani Giannoudis 22-Aug-12 8:35am View    
Assuming the hour on both dates is 00:00, the difference is 30 days. In case of August, it's not 1 month.
Jani Giannoudis 17-Aug-12 2:25am View    
Reason for my vote of 5
Thanks Aspen, good articles.
You may add information about author and issue (year/month).
Jani Giannoudis 13-Jun-12 3:03am View    
Depending oh the culture, the DateTime.ToString can be conflicting for a file name. You may use string filename = string.Format( "99-Authorize.Net - {0} @ {1}", date1.ToString( "yyyyMMddHHmmss" ), date2.ToString( "yyyyMMddHHmmss" ) );
Jani Giannoudis 26-Apr-12 9:59am View    
In case of midnight change, you should use a custom validator in combination with the JavaScript Date.getDay().
Jani Giannoudis 18-Apr-12 1:59am View    
Sorry, there is no bold line recognizable :). On which statement do you have the error?