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personally I would never re-write it. I once tried and though it was more than a reasonable effort, the amount of rules and things to think of becomes very large and does not outwheigh the disadvantages of being stuck with the standard DateTime.
([SMALL RANT]And I'm now working with Java's GregorianCalendar, how I wish I had a DateTime object Sigh | :sigh: [/SMALL RANT])


Marco Bertschi wrote:
since System.DateTime's ParseExact method tends to have problems dealing with a variable amount of microseconds, and does not provide any field to store the UTC Offset.

Variable microseconds can be handled with a few lines of business logic I think and for the UTC Offset you could create a new DateTime Object that inherits from the DateTime class? (just a quick thought)

good luck.

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