[Gambas-user] Format & localization bug
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Tue Jan 12 21:44:36 CET 2021
Le 12/01/2021 à 21:39, Jussi Lahtinen a écrit :
> If it's actually Finnish, then today is printed as:
> ti 12. tatammikuu 2021 14.18.46
> So "." becomes the time separator, and so the ":" in the time format is
> replaced by that ".".
> Isn't the whole idea of Format command to let the user define the format?
No. It's for formatting a value according to the current localization.
> So, the format should be user defined independently of localization. Right?
> I have never seen this "ti 12. tammikuu 2021" format to be used in
> Finland. Time is officially written as "14.18", but "14:18" is better
> and equally understood.
To see which date format is used by Gambas, run "date +%c" in a shell
using your current localization. The date and time separators are
extracted from this string.
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