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Date format in Sun Vocher.

 
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Hi friends,

I am getting confused over the date format in the SUN voucher. Is it
mm/dd/yy or dd/mm/yy.





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You can check this thread, but if I were you I'd give a call to my testing center to be 100% sure.
 
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dd/mm/yy
 
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Hi,

I have gone through the the thread. It seems that it is mm/dd/yy format.
But can anybody give me this information from the SUN website. So that, it will be confirm the format.
 
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It is MM/DD/YYYY , confirmed from the prometric center in India.
 
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Juee Doo wrote:dd/mm/yy


Where does this information come from ?
 
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swati bannore wrote:It is MM/DD/YYYY , confirmed from the prometric center in India.


I confirm as well, since even though my locale uses the dd/mm/yy format, my vouchers said 01/30/2009 - mm/dd/yy format.

(Yes I know it has expired; I already took the exam but just haven't thrown the voucher out yet )
 
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hi

Thanks to all for the giving comments in this thread.

 
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