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This only comes with experience cuz' the bug would be hard to even google (probably 🤔).
Well done 🙌
From my experience, if you've touched the world of ISO 8601 and actually tried to understand it, you'll know this.
And you'll know that many many many many many many many many many devs seem to never have read it, as there are countless wrong implementations. :)
The worst are self made time functions... Like counting weeks in a year, and limiting to 52 (53 is possible). Or determination of the calendar week without taking account of the several rules when the first week in a year starts...
It's sad... :(
MonikaM027dSuper. It was interesting
invisible10626dI've been using the ISO 8601 format for couple of years, but didn't know about this. I've always used "yyyy" myself. I guess I'm fortunate that my colleagues also used the same.
If I had faced the issue, I would've been stumped. Good thing you shared.
1 thing I learned today.
Elvises426dI liked it too
Elvises426dmaybe you are right
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