It might be easier for me to compute the floating point number for DateTimePicker.Date than to parse the human readable string. (I’m not really a VBScript programmer). Is that number somthing like some-number-of-hours-since 1990?
The other possibility is just that I picked the wrong object type from the visual forms designer palette. I want the user to be able to use the equivalent of the classic Dlg.AddDateTimeControl
If I really had to, I could make my program (that is supplying me the time) output it in six different chunks like that so I wouldn’t have a big parsing job in front of me. But as long as I’m adapting that program, it might make sense to export the floating point number directly and just hand the dialog object the data it wants natively.