This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values.Namespace: System.Globalization
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
|Default formatting options must be used. This value represents the default style for DateTime.Parse, DateTime.ParseExact, and DateTime.TryParse.|
|Leading white-space characters must be ignored during parsing, except if they occur in the DateTimeFormatInfo format patterns.|
|Trailing white-space characters must be ignored during parsing, except if they occur in the DateTimeFormatInfo format patterns.|
|Extra white-space characters in the middle of the string must be ignored during parsing, except if they occur in the DateTimeFormatInfo format patterns.|
|Extra white-space characters anywhere in the string must be ignored during parsing, except if they occur in the DateTimeFormatInfo format patterns. This value is a combination of the , , and values.|
|If the parsed string contains only the time and not the date, the parsing methods assume the Gregorian date with year = 1, month = 1, and day = 1. If this value is not used, the current date is assumed.|
|Date and time are returned as a Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). If the input string denotes a local time, through a time zone specifier or , the date and time are converted from the local time to UTC. If the input string denotes a UTC time, through a time zone specifier or , no conversion occurs. If the input string does not denote a local or UTC time, no conversion occurs and the resulting Kind property is Unspecified. |
Cannot be used with .
|If no time zone is specified in the parsed string, the string is assumed to denote a local time. |
Cannot be used with or .
|If no time zone is specified in the parsed string, the string is assumed to denote a UTC. |
Cannot be used with or .
|The DateTimeKind field of a date is preserved when a DateTime object is converted to a string using the o or r standard format specifier and the string is then converted back to a DateTime object.|
The DateTime.TryParse method can use any of values. However, if none of the Allow* values is selected, the input string must have exactly the same white-space characters as the format string.
If the input string does not contain any indication of the time zone, DateTime.Parse and DateTime.TryParse read the date and time based on the time zone setting for the operating system. To convert the date and time to the Universal Time or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), the application should use the value. The same effect can be achieved using ToUniversalTime. However, using the value with DateTime.Parse or DateTime.TryParse is more efficient.
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