On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, Michael Stevens wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 04:40:29PM +0000, Simon Wilcox wrote:
> > At 16:29 20/03/2001 +0000, Jonathan Peterson wrote:
> > > > a) a two reasons why this module should never have been written, and
> > >2. MM DD YY is an evil date format, and should be abolished in favour of DD
> > >MM YY which is more sensible.
> > Or even better YY-MM-DD which avoids cross-pond confusion.
> And sorts more nicely too. and is a dessert topping *and* a floor wax.

Am I allowed to mention YYYY-MM-DD, which actually sorts best of all... Do
we really not learn from Y2K?


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