Web Forms :: How To Split A String Using 2 Special Characters

Sep 21, 2010

I am retrieving time data from database.Its in format of HRS:Min AM. (:,'')are the special charatcters. I need to show Hrs in txtHrs,Min in txtMin,Am/PM in dropdown. How can I do this?

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