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DateFormat by vanSoest.it
Current versionDateFormat latest version is 188.8.131.52 and a .Net 4.x release can also be downloaded.
Main feature overviewDateFormat is a program to generate dates in the format you want regardless of the current regional date format of the server or currently logged on user. The returned date can be used in Windows batches (.bat, .cmd), PowerShell (.ps1) or scheduled tasks. The program Dateformat can also perform several date calculations and lookups.
DateFormat version 3.11 is free.
HistoryThe first version of DateFormat was written to support Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) batches migrated from the Unisys mainframes. DateFormat now runs on the command line, in batches, in PowerShell scripts and was build using the latest technology (Visual Studio C#).
FeaturesThe program DateFormat is very easy to use, but very flexible. Just provide a format string where yyyy stands for century and year, with yy you only get the short year notation without the century.
mm stands for month and dd stands for days. The date separator characters can be chosen out of "-", "." or "/"
LicenseThe program DateFormat is licensed according to the EULA in the download. Read the EULA carefully before using the program. A recent copy can be downloaded here
YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THIS EULA BY INSTALLING, COPYING, OR OTHERWISE USING THE SOFTWARE. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE, DO NOT INSTALL, COPY, OR USE THE SOFTWARE.
ManualThe program DateFormat has, next to several date formats, received several additional options during the last versions. These options give you the possibility to perform date calculations and lookups. The current options are and only one can be selected:
By typing DateFormat without any optional parameters, DateFormat will show its options and examples.
Previous ReleasesThe following table shows you the history of the DateFormat project.
InstallationDownload, unzip and copy the program DateFormat anywhere you want on the disk.
System requirementsDateFormat is designed for the .NET platform with Microsoft C#. Therefore Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or 4.0 or newer is required.
Support matrixvanSoest.it will only support the latest version of free software.
DownloadUpon clicking the "Start download process" button, you get to another web page where you have to agree to the End User License Agreement (EULA) before you can download the program DateFormat.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)Just use the postcard icon in the left menu to ask a question.
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