Re: YYMMDD (was: Re: Laadan)
|From:||Nokta Kanto <red5_2@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, December 15, 2002, 6:41|
>But I get "number" and "numeral" confused a lot.
>> ObConlang: I think I'll take this feature into Rumiya.
>> 365: tres tzentos i tzinko i sesenta
>> 38: oyto i trinta
>> Why not?
>German does that, and I think the Celtic languages do as well.
Four and twenty blackbirds, baked in a pie....
As for dates, I was raised using the month/day/year system, but later I
decided that it was crazy, so I went day/month/year. It is actually quite
useful, because it mixes text and numerals, making it easy to read. Say I
want to specify time and day:
13:30 Tue 17 Dec 2002
It's easier to read than any other method I know. Once you get used to
Everyone's different, except me. --Noktakanto