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In Microsoft Excel you can choose to format dates and times according to the system locale. On Windows, KeyView uses the system locale settings to determine how these dates and times should be formatted. In other operating systems, KeyView uses the U.S. short date format (mm/dd/yyyy). You can change this by specifying the formats you wish to use in the
To specify the system date and time format on UNIX systems
formats.ini file, specify the following options:
SysDateTime. The format to use when a cell is formatted using the system format including both the date and the time.
SysLongDate. The format to use when a cell is formatted using the system long date format.
SysShortDate. The format to use when a cell is formatted using the system short date format.
SysTime. The format to use when a cell is formatted using the system time format.
These values cannot contain spaces.
For example, if you specify
SysDateTime=%d/%m/%Y, dates and times are extracted in the following format:
The format arguments are the same as those for the
See http://linux.die.net/man/3/strftime for more information.