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faramir.cl at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 06:39:41 CEST 2008
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Andrew Berg escribió:
> Faramir wrote:
>> Then I began to think... what does 06/09/08 mean? Here (at Chile), that
>> would mean September 6, 2008. But on USA, that means June 09, 2008.
>> Clearly, since we are at August 11, 2008, the time format in the output
>> message is mm/dd/yy. But my windows is using dd/mm/yyyy, so, maybe at
>> some point, something (gpg, or gpgshell, or maybe the function that gets
>> the current date) is taking mm/dd/yy as if it was dd/mm/yy, causing the
>> whole date calculation function to go crazy...
> Time for computers is generally just the number of seconds since January
> 1, 1970 at 12:00:00 UTC if I'm not mistaken. Date formats are derived
> from that and displayed according to the user's preference.
Yes, I know computers do that, but sometimes, they don't do it...
ms-excel usually likes to give me problems with that... But that was
just an idea about what could be giving problems, and probably is a
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