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Subject:Re: Date format query From:AlQuin <cbon -at- WXS -dot- NL> Date:Wed, 2 Jun 1999 22:49:29 +0200
On 02-06-1999 22:20 Eric L. Dunn wrote:
>ISO standard date format is YY MM DD.
Or better YYYY-MM-DD (ISO 8601) with a fixed-length format, using leading
zeroes for day and month values between 00 and 09 inclusive; or use a
3-letter abbreviation for the month, helping new users who are unfamiliar
with the Year-Month-Day order: YYYY-MMM-DD.
Examples: 1999-06-02 or 1999-JUN-02
Kees de Bondt
AlQuin Total Quality - for Linear Creativity Thinking
* things should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler (Einstein)