Oh, you poor folks who don't format your dates correctly.Lob0426 wrote:Pi Day next year is better!
And 3.14.17 is rounded up for PI. (No that's not right) oh well!
3.14.15 is a round down error.
Sorry had to do it!
Pi day = the numerical value of Pi (3.1416) to the fourth decimal using the date 3.14.15 date m/dd/yy3corey2 wrote:whats pi day all about?
Sure, so, apart from the year, who's got it right, '3/14' or '14/3'? Or 'March 14th' vs. '14 March'? Collate that.DougieLawson wrote: Oh, you poor folks who don't format your dates correctly.
ISO yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.th
Is much better because a simple sort returns data in chronological order.
That's fantastic. Thanks for letting me know about it. I'll add this to the listing.RutlandTechClub wrote:The Rutland Tech Club (Vermont) is hosting an event on the Raspberry Pi on Saturday, March 14th, 1-3PM
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