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Jan 3, 2014, 10:57 #23
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Sorry, I was feeling impish and playing devil's advocate.
Just that other cultures don't use the same calendar, eg. for the Jewish it might be a few thousand years more, Chinese even more, Islam a few hundred years less. Some have months based on a solar cycle, some lunar. And month names are different too.
But AFAK it would be safe enough to use 2014 for your site as it will be the year for most and hopefully others will be "bi-calendar literate".► STOP using mysql - migrating to procedural mysqli !!
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