The Date data type stores and manipulates date values. It helps you to calculate time differences, parse date values from strings, and convert date values into formatted strings.
.NET data type: System.DateTime
Represents: Dates and time from 1.1.0001 (0 hours) to 31.12.9999 (23:59:59 hours) with a resolution of 100 nanoseconds (this unit is called a tick)
Type literal: Enclosed in pound-signs, always United States culture format (#MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm:ss#)
Memory requirements: 8 bytes
Date also is a base data type, for which you can define a date variable directly by using literals in the program code. The same rules apply for numeric values: The United States date/time format is important. If you are not familiar with this format, ...