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Today's Date Across Calendars

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Buddhist

Saturday, June 22, 2567 BE

Chinese

Saturday, Fifth Month 17, 2024(jia-chen)

Coptic

Saturday, Paona 15, 1740 ERA1

Ethioaa

Saturday, Sene 15, 7516 ERA0

Ethiopic

Saturday, Sene 15, 2016 ERA1

Hebrew

Saturday, 16 Sivan 5784

Indian

Saturday, Asadha 1, 1946 Saka

Islamic

Saturday, Dhuʻl-Hijjah 16, 1445 AH

Islamic Civil

Saturday, Dhuʻl-Hijjah 15, 1445 AH

Japanese

Saturday, June 22, 6 Reiwa

Persian

Saturday, Tir 2, 1403 AP

ROC

Saturday, June 22, 113 Minguo

International Date Notation Standards

Date Format Variations. Various methods to denote the present date prevail internationally, with the most recognized being the little-endian (dd-mm-yyyy), middle-endian (mm-dd-yyyy) and big-endian (yyyy-mm-dd) formats.

The Quirkiness of the US Date Format. The United States uniquely utilizes the mm-dd-yyyy date format, whereas most countries adopt the dd-mm-yyyy convention. This divergence is attributed to historical ties with the United Kingdom, where the month-first format was prevalent before aligning with the European standard. Americans retained this preference, maintaining the format since then.

Standard in date presentation. The inherent ambiguity in date representation, exemplified by the interpretation of 05-06-2024 as either June 5th or May 6th, poses a challenge to readers. To mitigate such ambiguity, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has delineated the YYYY-MM-DD format as an integral component of the ISO-8601 date standard. Consequently, employing this standardized format, the aforementioned date would be unequivocally expressed as 2024-06-05 denoting June 5th, 2024.

Date in Digital World. In the context of computing, all dates are specified according to the Gregorian or proleptic Gregorian calendar system.

FormatDateStandard
DD-MM-YYYY22-06-2024EU
MM-DD-YYYY06-22-2024US
YYYY-MM-DD2024-06-22ISO
MM/DD/YYYY06/22/2024-
DD/MM/YYYY22/06/2024-