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Happy Pi Day
jmasterx
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October 2009

Happy 03/14 Pi Day :)

LennyLen
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December 2004
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Are there any other countries apart from the USA that use the mm/dd format?

Derezo
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April 2001
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We technically do here in Canada as well.

Although, I'm always encouraging people to use YYYY-MM-DD :)
Always ISO 8601 when possible...

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MiquelFire
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January 2003
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Derezo said:

Although, I'm always encouraging people to use YYYY-MM-DD :)
Always ISO 8601 when possible...

This is me as well.

Also, that format allows for Pi Day as well.

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Edgar Reynaldo
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Neil Roy
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April 2002

I'll use YYYY-MM-DD, but I refuse to adopt the ISO8601 standard.

Chris Katko
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January 2002
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Time to build Allegro on Raspberry Pi then...

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Chris Katko
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January 2002
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Now that I have your attention!

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