DatePicker.Date DatePicker.Date DatePicker.Date DatePicker.Date Property


Gets or sets the date currently set in the date picker.

public : DateTime Date { get; set; }
DateTime Date();

void Date(DateTime date);
public DateTimeOffset Date { get; set; }
Public ReadWrite Property Date As DateTimeOffset

Property Value

DateTimeOffset DateTimeOffset

The date currently set in the picker.


The Date property can't be set as a XAML attribute string, because the Windows Runtime XAML parser doesn't have a conversion logic for converting strings to dates as DateTime / DateTimeOffset objects. Here are some suggested ways these objects can be defined in code and set to a date other than the current date.

Another possible technique is to define a date that's available as a data object or in the data context, then set Date as a XAML attribute that references a {Binding} markup extension that can access the date as data.

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