How to change the string date into specific date format

How to change the string date into specific date format.

I want to change the string date e.g. from 26 Feb 2020 to 2020-02-24 (yyyy-MM-dd).

Can anyone please suggest the solution for this.

Hi @vaibhav2.chavan try this

date_1=“26 Feb 2020”

date_2= DateTime.ParseExact(date_1, “dd MMM yyyy”,System.Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture).ToString(“yyyy-MM-dd”)

Try this way


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@NIVED_NAMBIAR - Thanks for reply, but i’m getting the below error, can you please have a look on it.

Hi @vaibhav2.chavan it should be Culturalnfo instead of CulturalInfo

I had corrected in my first response.

Please check

@NIVED_NAMBIAR - Still getting same error.

Culturelnfo instead of CulturalInfo

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Thanks @ppr for correction.
Sorry @vaibhav2.chavan for mistake

@NIVED_NAMBIAR/@ppr - I’m still getting the same error after correction. Please help.

sometimes it hangs in the cache:

  • take the entire statement into Clippboard (CTRL+C) and delete it
  • close expression editor
  • open expression editor and paste it back (CTRL+V)
  • close expression editor

or just do the same within a second assign and if its working delete first assign.

also take a note on:
import namespace:

and change the part to: System.Globalization. CultureInfo.InvariantCulture

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Please check this one for correction of error


After adding system.Globalization still getting same error.

Please correct the typo:

As mentioned above. After adding System.Globalization to the namespace imports you can go with the shortened name: CultureInfo.InvariantCulture

Hi @vaibhav2.chavan it should be



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