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Liquid XML Runtime for .Net - SetDateTime - XmlDateTime
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void SetDateTime(XmlDateTime xmldt)
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void SetDateTime(System.DateTime dt)
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void SetDateTime(short year, byte month, byte day, byte hour, byte minute, byte second)
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void SetDateTime(short year, byte month, byte day, byte hour, byte minute, byte second, short milli, short micro, short nano)
  Property Description  
    Argument xmldt Copies the XmlDateTime held in xmldt  
    Argument dt Copies the date time stored in dt. The resulting XmlDateTime is of type 'datetime'  
    Argument year sets the Year part of the date. (Valid Range -9999 to 9999)  
    Argument month sets the Month part of the date. Jan = 1, Feb = 2 etc. (Valid Range = 1 to 12)  
    Argument day sets the Day part of the date. (Valid Range = 1 to days in month)  
    Argument hour sets the Hours part of the date. (Valid Range = 0 to 23)  
    Argument minute sets the Minutes part of the date. (Valid Range = 0 to 59)  
    Argument second sets the Seconds part of the date. (Valid Range = 0 to 59)  
    Argument milli sets the Milli-Seocnds part of the date. (Valid Range = 0 to 999)  
    Argument micro sets the Micro-Seocnds part of the date. (Valid Range = 0 to 999)  
    Argument nano sets the Nano-Seocnds part of the date. (Valid Range = 0 to 9)  
    Description Populates this CDateTime as type dateTime.  
    Remarks This method is overloaded allowing different values to be set.
Any values that are not provided are set to 0.
NOTE: XmlDateTime uses the XML Schema formula for proleptic Gregorian calendar where year 0 is illegal and -4 (4BC) as a leap year.

Throws: LtInvalidValueException thrown on parsing invalid values.
Throws: LtInvalidStateException thrown if this DateTimes current type is not either zeroYear or dateTime.