This method is used to serializes the current DateTime object to a 64-bit binary value that subsequently can be used to recreate the DateTime object.
Syntax: public long ToBinary ();
Return Value: This method returns a 64-bit signed integer that encodes the Kind and Ticks properties.
Below programs illustrate the use of DateTime.ToBinary() Method
64-bit binary value : 634294512150000000
64-bit binary value of 01/03/2010 04:00:15 is 633980880150000000 64-bit binary value of 01/05/2010 04:00:15 is 633982608150000000
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