"Timo Salmi" <t...@uwasa.fi>
> Dr J R Stockton <reply0...@merlyn.demon.co.uk> wrote:This second row works well when your are under latin-
>> gives something like
>> The current date is: 2007-01-28
>> Enter the new date: (yy-mm-dd)
> Now, John, that is an excellent point. So obvious, yet so far missed, at
alphabet-based locale. Otherwise there is neither
"yy" nor "mm", and you just don't understand what this
"ыы-яя-йй" means. But this is not the only point, 'coz
there is another one. Under "LocalSystem" account on
some Windows this "yy-mm-dd" order simply does not
correspond to actual format of %date% in the 1st row.
> Thanks for the idea. I'll try to write a suitable script for it
> requiring no third-party utility, and post there.
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