c-common.c; strftime.c; question

Alex Livingston alex at agsm.unsw.edu.au
Fri Aug 23 01:08:59 UTC 1996

>Jim Van Zandt writes:
>Alex Livingston writes:
>>>might it be best to change strftime so
>>>that "%x" yields, for example,
>>>        1996-08-22
>>Absolutely! It infuriates me that such a result should ever be returned.
>>Any concession to the US-only
>>it-is all-numerical way of writing dates should be eliminated.
>Not all of us claim that 12/1/96 is the best way.  I would support use
>of the ISO 8601 format.

Sorry, I generalized unfairly. I guess I went over the top (is that an
expression understood in the US?). I applaud your support for ISO 8601


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