Thank you...Zorro said:Unless you are Canadian, in which case it will happen on the 4th of May, 2006 (not the 5th of April), because we interpret 04/05/06 as the 4th day of the 5th month, not the 5th day of the 4th month.
but in May, it only works in reverse for a different time, eg. 06/05/04 03:02:01
actually, OFFICIALLY Canada's format is y.m.d, but all three are used in practiceSinister Shadow said:Thank you...
dd/mm/yyyy folks. In order of increasing range of time units. It makes complete logical sense. Why would one ever write it mm/dd/yyyy? To match how we say it? When do we ever write things how we say them?