YYMMDD (was: Re: Láadan )
|From:||Douglas Koller, Latin & French <latinfrench@...>|
|Date:||Friday, December 13, 2002, 15:34|
>Daniel Andreasson Vpc-Work wrote:
> > tal wrote:
>> > > Yep. They also mark dates as year/month/day in that order.
>> > Sensible of them.
>> Of *them*? Don't you do that in Norway? Is it just us in Sweden
>> plus Hungarians who use the YYMMDD order? Are all other
>> countries insane?
>> Daniel, the sane & sensible Swede
>I think the Japanese do it too.
Actually, for internal Japanese use, the Japanese use number of years
the current emperor has ruled. I believe we are now in Heisei 14. In
Taiwan, you use the number of years since the founding of the
Republic of China in 1911. Of course, when dealing with the rest of
the world you revert to 2002.