How can I generate the name of the month (e.g: Oct/October) from this date object in JavaScript?  var objDate = new Date("10/11/2009");...
I've created this script to calculate the date for 10 days in advance in the format of dd/mm/yyyy:  var MyDate = new Date(); var MyDateString = new Date(); MyDate.setDate(MyDate.getDate()+10); MyDateString = MyDate.getDate() + '/' + (My...
What is an easy way to check if a value is a valid date, any known date format allowed.   For example I have the values 10-11-2009, 10/11/2009, 2009-11-10T07:00:00+0000 which should all be recognized as date values, and the values 200, 10, 350, whi...
Given a string str, how could I check if it is in the dd/mm/yyyy format and contains a legal date ?  Some examples:  bla bla      // false 14/09/2011   //         true 09/14/2011   // false 14/9/2011    // false 1/09/2011    // false 14/09/11     //...
I have a string of a date in javascript in format #1. I need to convert it to format #2.  The problem starts when one format is "dd/mm/yy" and the other is "mm/dd/yy".  The formats change dynamically and I have the formats as strings,...
It appears I can't use the javascript Date object as it inherintly defaults to US dates when you initialise with a datestring. There is no way of passing any culture information to the date object  I.e. No matter what the clients locale settings...
I am taking input from calendar in my screen which is of this type   DD-MMM-YYYY HH:mm a   but user can provide date from keyboard. Now I have to check whether user has provided the date in correct format or not. I am heavily using moment.js in my ap...
I want to use Date Object Methods (getHoures(), getSeconds()...) on new Date("string") (string = month day, year hh:mm:ss) but my date format is like this : yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss  So I need to convert "yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss" to "("...
I'm looking for an answer to this exact question: How to format Facebook/Twitter dates (from the JSON feed) in Objective-C only in JS.  Is there a recommended way of doing this?  The date returned from Twitter looks like this: Wed Oct 17 21:22:27...
i have date column with datefield editor. The problem is that while im editing column it displays the normal value for example 2013-02-05, but when close editing it displays something like Sat Jul 12 2014 00:00:00 GMT+0300 (FLE Standard Time)  My cod...

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