Get Time part from datetime C#

Get time part from datetime

[C#] DateTime Format is often needed while coding in Datetime formats are basically used for converting Date and Time into Specified String representation of DateTime.

In this post of C# Datetime Format, we will see how to get the time factor out of the DateTime. We can get Hour, Minute and Second from the DateTime. DateTime provides Properties for getting Hour, Minute and Second.

Sample code to get Hours, Minutes and Seconds from Date [C#]:

class Program  
 static void Main(string[] args)
   DateTime date = DateTime.Now;
   Console.WriteLine("Hours= " + date.Hour);
   Console.WriteLine("Minutes= " + date.Minute);
   Console.WriteLine("Seconds= " + date.Second);

Output of this program will show current Hours, Minutes and Seconds.


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