On 26 July 2012 05:34, Joep L. Blom <email@example.com> wrote:
As I said before it's illogic. In my view in a date the least significant
(fastest changing) part is the day so it's logical to put it in front.
But that isn't how numbering works! Ten is represented as 10, not 01;
one hundred is 100, not 001.
Moreover, placing ISO-formatted dates in alphanumeric order will
produce chronological order.
It is *very* logical.
T. R. Valentine
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