Le 01/08/2017 à 14:24, Richard llom a écrit :
Then, for a big subset of dates, there would not be any way to
distinguish it from DD/MM/YYYY,
Yeah, thats the problem with this format (and not only in scilab....).

unless for instance using a distinct separator: MM\DD\YYYY. Not sure
that this would be actually ok.
Would it? IMO, a "US" optional flag would not be more handy.
IMO the "US" optional flag would be the only reasonable solution. Also for
someone who has his source date in US-format, this optional flag would
certainly be more handy than converting the date before / inline...

Now dates prefixed with "en" (for "english") are accepted, like "en09/17/2015".

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