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Date conversion in Text

 
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Hi,

In my application I have a date 05-09-2012 and I want to print this in text format.

e.g. 05-09-2012 should be printed as Fifth of September Two Thousand and Twelve

or something like that...

Is there any way I can do this quickly?

Thanks in advance..!!!
 
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Aniket Khadke wrote: . . . Is there any way I can do this quickly? . . .

Yes.

But we won’t tell you what it is; we expect you to show us what you have tried so far, and we will comment on that.
 
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