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From:David Blomstrom Date:June 22 2004 4:03pm
Subject:RE: New to Dates - Plain English Please
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One more question...

Suppose you have a list of dates in the proper format,
like this:

2004-02-04
2003-11-02

and you encounter a date with only the month and year,
like May 2002. How would you insert that, something
like this?:

2004-02-04
2003-11-02
2002-05---



		
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New to Dates - Plain English PleaseDavid Blomstrom22 Jun
  • RE: New to Dates - Plain English PleasePeter Lovatt22 Jun
    • RE: New to Dates - Plain English PleaseDavid Blomstrom22 Jun
      • RE: New to Dates - Plain English PleasePeter Lovatt22 Jun
        • RE: New to Dates - Plain English PleaseDavid Blomstrom22 Jun
          • Re: New to Dates - Plain English PleaseJochem van Dieten22 Jun
            • Re: New to Dates - Plain English PleaseMichael Stassen22 Jun
              • Re: New to Dates - Plain English PleaseJochem van Dieten22 Jun
                • Re: New to Dates - Plain English PleaseMichael Stassen22 Jun
          • RE: New to Dates - Plain English PleasePaul DuBois22 Jun
          • Re: New to Dates - Plain English PleaseAndrew Pattison22 Jun
  • Re: New to Dates - Plain English PleasePaul DuBois22 Jun