YYMMDD - What does YYMMDD stand for? The Free Dictionary
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HHMMSS <command> ;<comment>' where, <comment> is a string of characters not exceeding the current line length, YYMMDD
is a valid future date, HH ranges from 00 to 23, MM ranges from 00 to 59, and SS ranges from 00 to 59.
The challenge was that programs and databases store calendar dates in six byte YYMMDD
The data had to be pared down as much as possible; therefore, date entries are typically stored in the MMDDYY or YYMMDD