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    am I the only one who didn't get it? or I am expecting too much? it's just a date error.

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    the Japanese also use YYYY/MM/DD, as do anyone who uses computers =p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipling View Post
    the Japanese also use YYYY/MM/DD, as do anyone who uses computers =p
    well my comp says 20th may 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by warcraftmew View Post
    well my comp says 20th may 2013
    In a massive amounts of data (see DB) you want to sort by year, month, date, as to easily see a timeline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamondo View Post
    just out of curiosity, where do you ever see year/month/date?
    Japan uses it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treelife View Post
    America's fault, not Blizzard. They need to start writing dates like the rest of the world and that wouldn't happen. >.>
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_format_by_country
    Well... At least they drive in the correct side of the road, lol.

    Like many other said before me, its just a computer bug related to local culture.

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    I prefer the military format:

    "20 May 13" = the 20th of May, 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipling View Post
    the Japanese also use YYYY/MM/DD, as do anyone who uses computers =p
    Well my computer is MM/DD/YYYY - Pretty sure it's like that on most US computers :P
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  11. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Tekkommo View Post
    Some american error, Europeans (at least British do) write 10/1/13 for 10th Jan 2013.

    This search has just taken it as the american format, which would be 1st Oct 2013.

    I'm gonna take a guess that a result bringing up both an eu and us forum message somehow messes it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamondo View Post
    just out of curiosity, where do you ever see year/month/date?

    european would be day/month/year (increasing duration), american would be month/day/year (how you would read it in conversation) but i dont think ive ever seen year/month/day
    At work we timestamp everything in a year-month-day format because it makes it super simple to sort by year whenever we need to go through old logs.

    So 2013-05-20, 2012-01-15, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tekkommo View Post
    Some american error, Europeans (at least British do) write 10/1/13 for 10th Jan 2013.

    This search has just taken it as the american format, which would be 1st Oct 2013.

    I'm gonna take a guess that a result bringing up both an eu and us forum message somehow messes it up.
    Pretty much this. America does their dates the wrong way around, so to them it's the tenth month of the first day, rather than the tenth day of the first month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ligier View Post
    America does their dates the wrong way around
    There's many ways to write a date's format, and doesn't mean one is being written the wrong way over the other.

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    military format is yyyymmdd as 20130520. Did you even go to MEPS? lol.

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