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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Date should be between 'MinDate' and 'MaxDate' ?

    Morning all,

    I'm pulling my hair our here, I'm blatently missing something but can't seem to see it...

    I'm trying to display a datetime variable in a textbox using:

    Public Class cTest
    Public Start_Date As DateTime

    Public Class TestForm
    Textbox1.Text = cTest.Start_Date.ToShortDateString

    But I keep getting an Out Of Range Exception Value of '05/09/2018 00:00:00' is not valid for 'Value'. 'Value' should be between 'MinDate' and 'MaxDate'.

    The value is well within the minvalue & maxvalue:

    Console.WriteLine(Date.MinValue)
    01/01/0001 00:00:00

    Console.WriteLine(Date.MaxValue)
    31/12/9999 23:59:59

    Any idea what i'm missing....?

    Thanks

    Dave

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    Re: Date should be between 'MinDate' and 'MaxDate' ?

    There is nothing in the code that you have shown that would cause that error message. The error message suggests that you're setting the Value property of a DateTimePicker. The MinDate and MaxDate the error message mentions are also properties of the DateTimePicker.
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    Re: Date should be between 'MinDate' and 'MaxDate' ?

    Doh, Doh, Doh!!!! My bad.... I'd some how copied a date picker but named it textbox....! All working as it should now, sorry..

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