ISO 8601 was first published in 1988, as an internationally agreed way of expressing dates in the Gregorian calendar as this is the dating system used in most of the developed world. Simply put, ISO 8601 stipulates that date and time information be written with the most significant first and least significant last. So, you start with the year, then the month, then the day. For example, 29 June 2012 would be written 2012-06-29. ISO recommends that the standard should be used as widely as possible. But as many of you will know, this is not the case.
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