c-common.c; strftime.c; question

Guy Harris guy at netapp.com
Fri Aug 23 02:42:40 UTC 1996

> If you are going to follow the standards, then strftime() should replace
> %x with the "locale's appropriate date representation".  That means that
> the date representation should vary based on the locale that the caller
> is running under.  The default locale is the C locale.
> I am at home and I do not keep the standards here, so I cannot look up
> what that should be, but I can do it later tonight or tomorrow.

My copy of ANSI X3.159-1989 doesn't appear to specify the C locale's
"appropriate date representation".  My copy of IEEE 1003.1b-1993 doesn't
appear to specify it either.

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