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- Jörg Heinrich
March 2, 2004, 10:46 am
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Better make it unambiguous format: yyyy-mm-dd, which is also
a DIN standard (since there's an EN equivalent to ISO 8601).
automatically that way (and you could make your form handler accept the
dates with or without punctuation). But it would probably confuse and
even irritate more than help users.
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DD.MM.YYYY *was* a German date format until 10/15 years ago.
Both <http://www.din.de/ and <http://www.cenorm.org/ have adopted
the ISO date format YYYY-MM-DD.
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