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Are you aware that this thread is now more than four years old? And obviously, if your problem is similar, you haven't read the old answers. So, please read the old answers, if that does not help, read How (Not) To Ask A Question, then create a new thread.

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In reply to Re^2: Weird date format behavior with WWW::Mechanize by afoken
in thread Weird date format behavior with WWW::Mechanize by whakka

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