C# - DateTime.Parse, Latvian Culture Settings?

Dec 1, 2010

I am sending in a string in dd/MM/yyyy format, which is then being parsed into lv-LV culture as set per the web.config globalization setting.I am then comparing the date to DateTime.Now to see if it is in the past.The problem is, DateTime.Parse converts my string to dd.MM.yyyy format, but DateTime.Now has MM.dd.yyyy format, so the comparison always fails.Why would DateTime.Now be different to the output from DateTime.Parse, on the same thread culture?(Update) This is the code I am using:InputText contains input from a form in DD.MM.YYYY format

DateTime date = DateTime.Parse(InputText, CultureInfo.CurrentCulture);
// Check it's not in the past
this.IsValid = (date.CompareTo(DateTime.Now) > 0);

[DateTime.Now] in this context is in MM.DD.YYYY format using lv-LV cultureInfo
[date] is in DD.MM.YYYY format after the DateTime.Parse

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