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String.Format Tool in SilverLight

Can’t remember how to format a date in universal time using String.Format()? How about scientific format for doubles? This little SilverLight tool helps you to quickly build a String.Format() call for any format-enabled type (int, double, DateTime, string) in .NET. Cool!

And if you don’t have or like SilverLight, there’s a static page with the same information.

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