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Re: Quick Syntax Question
- Subject: Re: Quick Syntax Question
- From: Ken Smith <..hidden..>
- Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 07:16:07 +0100
For a reason I know not, and repeated asks have produced no answer, no
variant of a unified date string will produce a properly formatted date
according to my local idea of "proper". The workaround is this:
<?lsmb yy ?><?lsmb mm ?><?lsmb dd ?>01
although you may be able to do:
<?lsmb yy ?><?lsmb mmdd ?>01
I have never tried that, however, as I don't need the dd portion.
Also be aware, that the right hand side does not reset when the left hand
In other words, these are not resetting incrementing numbers--they are
incrementing numbers. So, you will not end up with:
as you might expect, but:
Which I always find annoying, and which has lead to me using very long rhs
values and no day portion, simply so I do not have to go in and reset the
default all the time.
It's on my to do list to implement a resetting runningnumber option, but I
haven't looked into how yet.
18 Apr 2010, Ken Smith wrote:
Simple question - what's the right syntax to get the invoice numbers to
be in YYMMDDNN format. I've tried <?lsmb YYMMDD ?> and <?lsmb DATE ?> in
the defaults and I find I can swap the month and date round but the year
is always at the end of the string adjacent to the NN part of the
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I see what you mean. I'll try that out. Thanks
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