Supported date formats

The following date formats are all supported by Keatext. The example date is September 16, 2015—which happens to be the date we unveiled Keatext at Dreamforce '15 :-)

Keatext recognizes date strings like "September 16, 2015" and various numeric dates:

DD/MM/YYYY
16/09/2015
DD/MM/YY
16/09/15
D/MM/YYYY
16/09/2015
D/MM/YY
16/09/15
DD/M/YYYY
16/3/2015
DD/M/YY
16/3/15
D/M/YYYY
16/3/2015
D/M/YY
16/3/15
MM/DD/YYYY
09/16/2015
MM/DD/YY
09/16/15
M/DD/YYYY
3/16/2015
M/DD/YY
3/16/15
MM/D/YYYY
09/16/2015
MM/D/YY
09/16/15
M/D/YYYY
3/16/2015
M/D/YY
3/16/15
MMM/DD/YYYY
Mar/16/2015
MMM/DD/YY
Mar/16/15
MMM/D/YYYY
Mar/16/2015
MMM/D/YY
Mar/16/15
YYYY/DD/MM
2015/16/09
YY/DD/MM
15/16/09
YYYY/MM/DD
2015/09/16
YY/MM/DD
15/09/16
YYYY/M/DD
2015/9/16
YY/M/DD
15/9/16
YYYY/MM/D
2015/09/16
YY/MM/D
15/09/16
YYYY/M/D
2015/9/16
YY/M/D
15/9/16

The hyphen (2015-9-16) and the period (2015.9.16) can also be used as delimiters.

If you'd like to be more precise and include a time, make sure it conforms to the ISO 8601 standard or follows the format ddd MMM DD h:mm:ss ZZ YYYY. For example, if the date is September 16, 2015, and the time is 11:34:18 EST:

YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssTZD — 2015-09-16T11:34:18-05:00
YYYY4-digit year
MM2-digit month
DD2-digit day
TDelimiter (a "T" or a space)
hh2-digit hour (00 to 23)
mm2-digit minute
ss2-digit second (optional)
TZDTimezone (+hh:mm or -hh:mm) (optional)
ddd MMM DD hh:mm:ss ZZ YYYY — Wed Sep 16 11:34:18 -0500 2015
ddd3-letter weekday
MMM3-letter month
DD2-digit day
hh2-digit hour (00 to 23)
mm2-digit minute
ss2-digit second
ZZTimezone (+hhmm or -hhmm)
YYYY4-digit year

Seconds are optional in the first format and mandatory in the second one.

You may also take any format in the first table and add a time to it. You can include seconds (DD/MM/YYYY hh:mm:ss) or exclude them (DD/MM/YYYY hh:mm). Keep in mind that hh ranges from 0 to 23, so 3:23 in the afternoon should be written as 15:23.

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