FormatDateTime

Format a Date/Time value.

Syntax 
      FormatDateTime(date [,format] )

Key
   date       A date or a string that can be interpreted as a date.
              The values accepted are dependent on the regional settings
              of the current user.
 
   format     The date format: vbGeneralDate (0), vbLongDate (1), vbShortDate (2), vbLongTime (3), vbShortTime (4).

Example

WScript.Echo FormatDateTime("2012/25/10",vbLongDate)

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Related:

FormatCurrency - Format a number with a currency symbol.
FormatNumber - Format a number.
FormatPercent - Format a number with a % symbol.
DatePart - Return part of a given date.
Standard date and time notation - YYYY-MM-DD
Equivalent PowerShell cmdlet:
$myvar = (get-date).tolongDatestring() Also: .toshortDatestring .tolongTimestring .toshortTimestring


 
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