Err, wait ... no, scratch that. It's just a string. Sorry for the disappointment everyone. Dang, I really thought that Paladl had found the ever-so-elusive Superdate. But not this time ... just a string that was a DateTime that was a long that was a double (briefly) that was a Decimal that was a float ...

public string GetDisplayValue(float fVal)
  decimal dVal2 = Convert.ToDecimal(fVal); 
  long dVal = (long)Convert.ToDouble(dVal2);
  DateTime DAT = new DateTime(dVal);
  return DAT.ToString(_dateFormat, _dfpi);
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