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Re: Re: Re: Perl 6 release date

by BUU (Prior)
on Oct 10, 2002 at 20:54 UTC ( #204325=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Perl 6 release date
in thread Perl 6 release date

I believe here in the states yyyyddmm is a fairly common way of writing it.

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(elbie): Date formats (from Perl 6 release date)
by elbie (Deacon) on Oct 11, 2002 at 16:28 UTC
    Actually, I've never seen yyyyddmm. I have seen mmddyyyy very frequently when dealing with (North) Americans however, where as it is more common for the rest of the world to use ddmmyyyy.

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