[nycphp-talk] PHP5.3 adds EU date formatting.
ramons at gmx.net
Mon Mar 3 12:50:51 EST 2008
Adrian Noland wrote:
> Check it out here:
Nice to see that as that appears to be the most common date format used in the
world. Nevertheless, it also does not adhere to the ISO standards for date and
time. In regards to date, the Canadian notation of year/month/day is what
comes closest. I do agree that the US notation doesn't make any sense, but
what can one expect from people who intentionally make themselves suffer from
inches and fluid ounces or the worst of them all AWG (instead of cross-section).
But isn't there already a way to format a date any way one likes to?
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