Zdenek Kotala wrote:
> But how you handle situation when you have multi language application
> which needs correct output for all languages? You cannot use any of the
> pattern because it will be wrong for some group of languages.
FYI, strftime()  doesn't say anything about capitalization. I don't
know if some translators are aware of it and even if they are, how would
they know that a day or month is the first word of a sentence? IMHO we
should provide Xxxxx, xxxxx, and XXXXX so the programmer can use
whatever he/she thinks is correct for him/her.
Euler Taveira de Oliveira
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