Using Date type in VB.NET

Date Type use to represent date and time.
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Date type is  used to represent date, time and both date and a time with values ranging from 12:00:00 midnight, January 1, 0001 C.E. (Common Era) to 11:59:59 P.M., December 31, 9999 C.E.  Date part represents only date, month and year between 1/1/1 to 31/12/9999. Time part represents time of a day in millisecond unit. Time value can be either negative or positive.

Code

Module Module1
    Sub Main()
        Dim d1 As New Date(2010, 7, 11)
        Console.WriteLine("Date Time 1 : {0}", d1)

        Console.WriteLine()Date TypeDate Type

        'Date time using String Format.
        Console.WriteLine("Date Time 1 without time: {0:d}", d1)
        Console.WriteLine()

        'Date time using String Format.         
        Dim format As String = [String].Format("{0:d}", d1)
        Console.WriteLine("Date Time 1 without time: {0}", format)
        Console.WriteLine()

        Dim d2 As New Date(2010, 7, 11, 12, 30, 45)
        Console.WriteLine("DateTime 2: {0}", d2)
        Console.WriteLine()

        Dim d3 As New Date(2010, 7, 11, 12, 30, 45,10)
        Console.WriteLine("DateTime 3: {0}", d3)
        Console.WriteLine()

        Dim d4 As New Date(2010, 7, 11)
        Console.WriteLine("dt1: {0}", d4)
        Console.WriteLine()

        Dim Yesterday As Date = GetYesterdayDateTime()
        Console.WriteLine("Yesterday: {0}", Yesterday)
        Console.WriteLine()

        Dim Morrow As Date = GetTomorrowDateTime()
        Console.WriteLine("Tomorrow: {0}", Morrow)
        Console.ReadLine()
    End Sub
    Private Function GetYesterdayDateTime() As Date
        Return Date.Today.AddDays(-1)
    End Function
    Private Function GetTomorrowDateTime() As Date
        Return Date.Today.AddDays(1)
    End Function

End
Module

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