DDMMYY

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DDMMYYDay, Month, Year (2-digit format)
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Conflict-free Xdating YYYYMMDD Xday YYMMDD MMDDYY DDMMYY 18581116 400000 581115 111558 151158 19000101 415021 000101 010100 010100 19431003 431001 431003 100343 031043 19990101 451180 990101 010199 010199 19991231 451544 991231 123199 311299 20000101 451545 000101 010100 010100 20230224 460000 230224 022423 240223 21320831 500000 320931 083132 310832 35010814 999999 010814 081418 140801 As if that isn't clever enough, it also turns out that Xday occupies the same six-digit space used for existing date formats, so it can be used interchangeably.
(Name_of_Order (AKO ($value (production_order))) (HAS_JOB ($value (job_name order_size)) ($IF_ADDED (procedure to create job frame)) ($IF_REMOVED (procedure to delete job frame))) (DUE_DATE ($REQUIRE (format (date: ddmmyy))) ($VALUE (date (unit: date)))) (PRIORITY ($IF_NEEDED (procedure to find priority))))
the value of DUE_DATE is required to be in ddmmyy format), or taxonomic integrity (e.g.