Date and time format

John Clizbe JPClizbe at
Fri Apr 7 13:13:53 CEST 2006

lusfert wrote:
> John W. Moore III wrote on 07.04.2006 2:37:
>> David Shaw wrote:
>>>> OS setting via LC_TIME, according to Microsoft, though I have no idea
>>>> how to set it on win32.
> Where can I set date format (via LC_TIME)?

Via LC_TIME? I suppose you could specify an environment variable.

The native Windows way is:

Control Panel --> Regional and Language Options. Select the language you wish to
use, then click 'Customize'. On the Date tab you may specify short and long date
format strings; eg, 'yyyy-MM-dd' and 'dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy'.

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