One of the trickiest parts for developers when using databases is working with date fields. I think every developer has, at one time or another, spent more time than he or she would like to admit trying to get a date field into the right syntax, or properly formatting a SQL string that contained a date field. Things only become more complicated when working outside of North America, where date formats are often represented as dd/mm/yyyy as opposed to the more-American way of: mm/dd/yyyy.
There are already a number of articles on 4Guys and ASPFAQs.com so this FAQ will list the most useful articles for learning about how to work with dates and squeeze them into the right format!
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