How to: Display Time with the DateTimePicker Control
If you want your application to enable users to select a date and time, and to display that date and time in the specified format, use the DateTimePicker control. The following procedure shows how to use the DateTimePicker control to display the time.
To display the time with the DateTimePicker control
The following code sample shows how to create a DateTimePicker that enables users to choose a time only.
Imports System Imports System.Collections.Generic Imports System.ComponentModel Imports System.Drawing Imports System.Text Imports System.Windows.Forms Public Class Form1 Inherits Form Public Sub New() InitializeTimePicker() End Sub Private timePicker As DateTimePicker Private Sub InitializeTimePicker() timePicker = New DateTimePicker() timePicker.Format = DateTimePickerFormat.Time timePicker.ShowUpDown = True timePicker.Location = New Point(10, 10) timePicker.Width = 100 Controls.Add(timePicker) End Sub <STAThread()> _ Shared Sub Main() Application.EnableVisualStyles() Application.Run(New Form1()) End Sub End Class
Compiling the Code
This example requires:
References to the System, System.Data, System.Drawing and System.Windows.Forms assemblies.
For information about building this example from the command line for Visual Basic or Visual C#, see Building from the Command Line (Visual Basic) or Command-line Building With csc.exe. You can also build this example in Visual Studio by pasting the code into a new project. Also see How to: Compile and Run a Complete Windows Forms Code Example Using Visual Studio.