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ToDateTime  
Method  
Builds a DateTime object from year, month, day and time values
Calendar Class
System.Globalization NameSpace
CF1.  Function ToDateTime ( Year : Integer; Month : Integer; Day : Integer; Hour : Integer; Minute : Integer; Second : Integer; MilliSeconds : Integer ) : DateTime;
CF2.  Function ToDateTime ( Year : Integer; Month : Integer; Day : Integer; Hour : Integer; Minute : Integer; Second : Integer; MilliSeconds : Integer; Era : Integer ) : DateTime;
CF : Methods with this mark are Compact Framework Compatible
Description
The ToDateTime method takes individual Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second, MilliSeconds and optionally Era parameter values.
 
These values are treated according to the current Calendar culture. Different cultures have days in the month, different year bases and so on.
 
For example, in the Hebrew Calendar, there are between 353 and 355 days per common year, and 383 to 385 days in a leap year.
References
CultureInfo
Microsoft MSDN Links
System.Globalization
System.Globalization.Calendar
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A simple example
program Project1;
{$APPTYPE CONSOLE}

uses
  System.Globalization;

var
  gbCulture : System.Globalization.CultureInfo;
  gbCal     : System.Globalization.Calendar;

  myDate    : DateTime;

begin
  // Set up a Great Britain English culture & calendar
  gbCulture := System.Globalization.CultureInfo.Create('en-GB');
  gbCal     := gbCulture.Calendar;

  // Create a DateTime object directly
  myDate    := gbCal.ToDateTime(2004, 12, 31, 12, 59, 59, 999);

  // Display this date
  Console.WriteLine(myDate.ToString('hh:mm:ss.fff on dddd dd MMMM yyyy'));

  Console.ReadLine;
end.
   12:59:59.999 on Friday 31 December 2004
 
 
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