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CFTIME(4)							     CFTIME(4)


NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     cftime - language specific	strings

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     The programmer can	create one printable file per language.	 These files
     must be kept in a special directory /lib/cftime. If this directory	does
     not exist,	the programmer should create it.  The contents of these	files
     are:

     o abbreviated month names ( in order )

     o month names ( in	order )

     o abbreviated weekday names ( in order )

     o weekday names ( in order	)

     o default strings that specify formats for	local time (%x)	and
	       local date (%X).

     o default format for cftime, if the argument for cftime is	zero or	null.

     o AM (ante	meridian) string

     o PM (post	meridian) string

     Each string is on a line by itself. All white space is significant.  The
     order of the strings in the above list is the same	order in which the
     strings appear in the file	shown below.

EXAMPLE    [Toc]    [Back]

     /lib/cftime/usa_english

     Jan
     Feb
      ...
     January
     February
      ...
     Sun
     Mon
      ...
     Sunday
     Monday
      ...
     %H:%M:%S
     %m/%d/%y
     %a	%b %d %T %Z %Y
     AM
     PM





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CFTIME(4)							     CFTIME(4)


FILES    [Toc]    [Back]

     /lib/cftime - directory that contains the language	specific printable
     files (create it if it does not exist)

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

      
      
     ctime(3C)


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