This method is used to returns a new DateTime that adds the specified number of ticks to the value of this instance. This method does not change the value of this DateTime. Instead, it returns a new DateTime whose value is the result of this operation.
public DateTime AddTicks (long value);
Here, it takes a number of 100-nanosecond ticks.
Return Value: This method returns an object whose value is the sum of the date and time represented by this instance and the time represented by value.
Exception: This method will give ArgumentOutOfRangeException if the resulting DateTime is less than MinValue or greater than MaxValue.
Below programs illustrate the use of DateTime.AddTicks(Int64) Method:
No. of ticks before operation: 633979152150000000 No. of ticks after operation: 633979152150003000
Example 2: For ArgumentOutOfRangeException
DateTime before operation: 3155378975999999999 The resulting DateTime is greater than the DateTime.MaxValue Exception Thrown: System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException
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