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  • Please make it look like the PS model eg

    PS C:\> [datetime] | gm -Static

       TypeName: System.DateTime

    Name            MemberType Definition
    ----            ---------- ----------
    Compare         Method     static System.Int32 Compare(DateTime t1, DateTime t2)
    DaysInMonth     Method     static System.Int32 DaysInMonth(Int32 year, Int32 month)
    Equals          Method     static System.Boolean Equals(DateTime t1, DateTime t2), static System.Boolean Equals(Obje...
    FromBinary      Method     static System.DateTime FromBinary(Int64 dateData)
    FromFileTime    Method     static System.DateTime FromFileTime(Int64 fileTime)
    FromFileTimeUtc Method     static System.DateTime FromFileTimeUtc(Int64 fileTime)
    FromOADate      Method     static System.DateTime FromOADate(Double d)
    IsLeapYear      Method     static System.Boolean IsLeapYear(Int32 year)
    Parse           Method     static System.DateTime Parse(String s), static System.DateTime Parse(String s, IFormatPro...
    ParseExact      Method     static System.DateTime ParseExact(String s, String format, IFormatProvider provider), sta...
    ReferenceEquals Method     static System.Boolean ReferenceEquals(Object objA, Object objB)
    SpecifyKind     Method     static System.DateTime SpecifyKind(DateTime value, DateTimeKind kind)
    TryParse        Method     static System.Boolean TryParse(String s, DateTime& result), static System.Boolean TryPars...
    TryParseExact   Method     static System.Boolean TryParseExact(String s, String format, IFormatProvider provider, Da...
    MaxValue        Property   static System.DateTime MaxValue {get;}
    MinValue        Property   static System.DateTime MinValue {get;}
    Now             Property   System.DateTime Now {get;}
    Today           Property   System.DateTime Today {get;}
    UtcNow          Property   System.DateTime UtcNow {get;}

    PS C:\> [datetime]::Today

    Sunday, 11 April 2010 12:00:00 AM

    PS C:\> ([datetime]::Now - [datetime] '03/20/2010').Days
    PS C:\>

    I really enjoy reading stuff about P6. Who knows, maybe I can even write bad-babytalk P6 one millenium.

    Please create & publish an Amazon wish list so those wannabe P6 Medicis out there can thank you.

    Thank you !
    • I think we're already on the road to meeting your requests.

      ( -'2010-03-20T00:00:00')).days

      (With moritz++'s proposed Date class, the second example might be even more straightforward. It feels a bit silly to specify 00:00:00 just to be able to use the ISO8601 constructor.)

      Please create & publish an Amazon wish list so those wannabe P6 Medicis out there can thank you.

      As it happens, I have one already [], but more for keeping track of things myself than for people to thank me.

    • Please create & publish an Amazon wish list so those wannabe P6 Medicis out there can thank you.

      The book [] you bought for me arrived today. I just want you to know that not only was the book a pleasant surprise, but the act itself made me giddy with gratitude. Thank you so much! Hoping to find occasion to pay it forward [] real soon.