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Re: Question on datestr()


From: dieter . jurzitza
Subject: Re: Question on datestr()
Date: Sat, 27 Feb 2016 12:02:58 +0000

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Dear listmembers,
trying to use "datestr" gives me unexpected results with hour / minute / second 
- information. I am issueing

datestr(date,31)

and get
ans = 2016-01-25 00:00:00

I am issueing

datestr(13)

and get
ans = 00:00:00

In contrast my watch and "date" tell me Mo 25. Jan 09:53:34 CET 2016

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Thank you very much for lookint into this,
take care




Dieter Jurzitza

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