[fpc-pascal] date formating dificulty

Graeme Geldenhuys ggeldenhuys at qts.co.uk
Tue Nov 18 13:03:51 CET 2014

On 18/11/2014 11:49, Philippe wrote:
> why formatDateTime( 'DD/MM/YYYY', now) returns 18-11-2014 and not
> 18/11/2014 ?

As far as I remember the "/" character in the format string is not a
literal character. It is a place holder for the date delimiter (varies
by regional settings) - just like what happens to DD MM and YYYY in the
format string.


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