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C# Sharp Exercises: Convert current DateTime object to local time

C# Sharp DateTime: Exercise-31 with Solution

Write a C# Sharp program to convert the value of the current DateTime object to local time.

Sample Solution:-

C# Sharp Code:

using System;

class Example31
{
	static void Main()
	{
		DateTime localDateTime, univDateTime;

		Console.WriteLine("Enter a date and time.");
		string strDateTime = Console.ReadLine();

		try {
			localDateTime = DateTime.Parse(strDateTime);
    		univDateTime = localDateTime.ToUniversalTime();

    		Console.WriteLine("{0} local time is {1} universal time.",
   								localDateTime,
    								univDateTime); 
		}
		catch (FormatException) {
			Console.WriteLine("Invalid format.");
			return;
		}

		Console.WriteLine("Enter a date and time in universal time.");
		strDateTime = Console.ReadLine();

		try {
			univDateTime = DateTime.Parse(strDateTime);
    		localDateTime = univDateTime.ToLocalTime();

    		Console.WriteLine("{0} universal time is {1} local time.",
    								 univDateTime,
    								 localDateTime); 
		}
		catch (FormatException) {
			Console.WriteLine("Invalid format.");
			return;
		}

	}
}

Sample Output:

Enter a date and time.                                                                                        
10.06.2017                                                                                                    
10/6/2017 12:00:00 AM local time is 10/5/2017 6:30:00 PM universal time.                                      
Enter a date and time in universal time.                                                                      
10.06.2017                                                                                                    
10/6/2017 12:00:00 AM universal time is 10/6/2017 5:30:00 AM local time.

Flowchart:

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