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Working with dates is something many RPG programs do extensively. In the old days of AVR Classic, we used to have to use lots of data structures and other special-case code to format dates, convert dates. It was also quite challenging to do date arithmetic and perform other sophisticated date manipulations. This article shows how AVR for .NET's *Date, *Time, and *TimeStamp data types help resolve these issues.