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Gets or sets the first date that would be able to be displayed. This is a dependency property.

Namespace: Telerik.Windows.Controls
Assembly: Telerik.Windows.Controls.Input (in Telerik.Windows.Controls.Input.dll) Version: 2013.1.422.2040 (2013.1.0422.2040)


public Nullable<DateTime> DisplayDateStart { get; set; }
Visual Basic
Public Property DisplayDateStart As Nullable(Of DateTime)
Visual C++
property Nullable<DateTime> DisplayDateStart {
	Nullable<DateTime> get ();
	void set (Nullable<DateTime> value);


The DisplayDateStart property together with DisplayDateEnd allows you to define a range within which the user would be able to navigate. The DisplayDateStart does not affect whether a date can be selected or not. Please refer to SelectableDateStart for more information on controlling selection.

Similarly to the other date properties of the Calendar, the time part of the DateTime object is not only ignored but set to 00:00:00 as well (coerced). See SelectedValue for an example and more infromation on that behaviour.

Setting the DisplayDateStart to null means that DateTime.MinValue would be the start of the displayable range. The default values is null.

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