Re: Date format

Subject: Re: Date format
From: Kirk McElhearn <kirk -at- mcelhearn -dot- com>
To: <Gilda_Spitz -at- markham -dot- longview -dot- ca>, <TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 08:23:17 +0200

On 28/06/00, at 11:56, Gilda_Spitz -at- markham -dot- longview -dot- ca
Gilda_Spitz -at- markham -dot- longview -dot- ca said:

>When we provide instructions for date format, we want to say something like
>"mm/dd/yyyy". (Yes, I know this is American format; British and Canadian
>format would be "dd/mm/yyyy".)
>
>Would you use upper or lower case?

I have always seen this in lower case, but I don't think it's a hard and
fast rule.

Kirk

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