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Subject:Re: Date format query From:Peter Jones <Holtec -at- COMITY -dot- DEMON -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Fri, 4 Jun 1999 16:39:41 +0100
In article <m10puN8-000BM2C -at- mail -dot- GTS -dot- ORG>, Eric L. Dunn <edunn -at- TRANSPORT
>When I originally answered this thread, I was talking from my perspective
>as an English Montrealer and not as someone from England. So sorry, but I
>was not incorrect.
> without looking at either what the thread was
>originally about or without looking at what my conclusion was. Heaven
>forbid I mix British with American,
>The best standard is YY-MM-DD (or YYYY) as it meets ISO norms
I thought up a smart answer. Then I deleted it. Sorry you have become
the butt of people's censure.