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assuming you meant to say that minutes followed the hours, not seconds – your example is a little confusing.
The ParseExact documentation details other overloads, in case you want to have the parse automatically convert to Universal Time or something like that.
As @Joel Coehoorn mentions, there’s also the option of using TryParseExact, which will return a Boolean value indicating success or failure of the operation – I’m still on .Net 1.1, so I often forget this one.
If you need to parse other formats, you can check out the Standard DateTime Format Strings.
Thanks for the tip, i used this to get my date “20071122” parsed, I needed to add datetimestyles, I used none and it worked:
DateTime dt = DateTime.MinValue;
DateTime.TryParseExact(“20071122”, “yyyyMMdd”, null,System.Globalization.DateTimeStyles.None,out dt);