Time format OT Was: SDLnet: get my own IP

Well Quite many people use that ordering. The ISO standard date format
is YYYY-MM-DD and mostly because the order is locigally continuous if
sorted as text.
And the ISO time format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS TZ, which is normaly
used in Postgres SQL server for example.On 2002.03.21 17:50 David Olofson wrote:

On Thursday 21 March 2002 13:02, James wrote:

On Thu, Mar 21, 2002 at 01:53:53PM +0300, Alexander Sabourenkov wrote:
| Martijn Melenhorst wrote:
| >personally, I favour MSB order, since humans use MSD also (Most
| >Significant Decimal): If I want to write onehundred-eighty-three,
| > write the digits in that order: 1, 8, 3, which makes 183. So, in
| > our decimal digits standard, the most-significant-decimal is
| > too.
| Now think of people who write right-to-left, mostly arabic

And add to that the three ways of representing dates:

Europe: DD/MM/YYYY
China : YYYY/MM/DD

BTW, we seem to use the chinese variant most of the time in Sweden…