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    Default Cambiar la fecha de un calendario en base a la fecha seleccionada en otro

    Buenas me gustaria que me dijeran si es correcto traduccir : "Cambiar la fecha de un calendario en base a la fecha seleccionada en otro" como "Change the date from a calendar based on the selected date in another".

    Un favor más, les agradecería mucho que le echaran un vistazo a este texto que voy a enviar a un foro y me indicaran donde estan mis errores:

    I got two CalendarExtenders in my page, and I'd like that when I select a date from the first CalendarExtender the date in the second one would also change, displaying the date I chose in the first calendatextender . I think I could use the OnClientDateSelectionChanged event , but I don't know how to write the function.

    One more thing, how could I prevent the user from selecting, in the case of the first CalendarExtender, dates earlier than the current date and in the second one dates before the date that was chosen in the first CalendarExtender?

    I hope you can help me out. Thanks in advance
    PS: CalendarExtender es calendario que se usa en el diseño de paginas web para capturar las fechas que el usuario elige
    Gracias de antemano !!

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    Default Re: Cambiar la fecha de un calendario en base a la fecha seleccionada en otro

    Creo que sería claro decir "Change the date in one calendar when a date is selected in another calendar".

    Todo es casi perfecto. Decimos “I got” o “I’ve got” demasiado, pero no es correcto. Debe ser “I have”.

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    Default Re: Cambiar la fecha de un calendario en base a la fecha seleccionada en otro

    Coincido totalmente con gernt. En inglés escrito, mas formal, se debe usar "I have". Por otro lado, en inglés es mejor construir frases cortas. Además, agregaría algunos signos de puntuación; por lo que quedaría de esta forma:
    "My page has two CalendarExtenders. Whenever I select a date from the first CalendarExtender, I'd like the date of the second one to change accordingly, displaying the date I chose in the first CalendatExtender. I think I could use the OnClientDateSelectionChanged event, but I don't know how to write the function.

    One more thing: How could I prevent the user from selecting, in the case of the first CalendarExtender, dates earlier than the current date; and, in the second one, dates before the date that was chosen in the first CalendarExtender?

    I hope you can help me out. Thanks in advance!"

    Algo no me suena bien en "I don't know how to write the function". No querrás poner: I don't know how to program this function...

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