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Re: Where is the access point




FredW wrote on 24/04/18 00:56:

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But for you only, I will explain again:
A year is divided in months.
A month is divided in days.
That gives YYYY/MM/DD.

The way you use it means:
A year is divided in days.
Day are divided in months.
That gives YYYY/DD/MM.

How about .... *Days* build into *Months* which build into *Years* !! ;-P

DD/MM/YY or DD/MM/YYYY

Might not sort easily, but we can survive!!

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Daniel

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