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  1. What??

  2. 9d82d62655f10c14ad4623ad839f1585
    Antti Virolainen

    :) This is not the most easy to understand of our translations. But luckily there's usually no need to change this either. It means how the date is formatted in each language. The default %e %b %Y means there's first the day number, then the month then the year. If there comes a need to change that, the site at: http://www.foragoodstrftime.com/ tells a bit more about this cryptic format. :)

    But as said, you can leave this untranslated, or just copy the exact same contents as in the english version.

  3. That's what I thought, but I was confused, because it didn't say %d %m % %Y.


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  3. %b %e, %Y
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    %b %e, %Y

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    %b %e, %Y

    %b %e, %Y

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