In the United States, it is said as Sunday, November 9, although usage of "the" isn't uncommon (e.g.
Sunday, November the 9th, and even November the 9th, Sunday, are also possible and readily understood).
The most widely used epoch is a conventional birthdate of Jesus (which was established by Dionysius Exiguus in the sixth century).
A date without the year part may also be referred to as a date or calendar date (such as "19 December" rather than "19 December 2017").
This date format is used in Kazakhstan, Latvia, Nepal and Turkmenistan.
According to the Official rules of documenting in governmental authorities, Many numerical forms can create confusion when used in international correspondence, particularly when abbreviating the year to its final two digits.
As such, it defines the day of an annual event, such as a birthday or Christmas on 24/25 December.
This form is standard in Greater China, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Belgium, Lithuania, Hungary and Sweden; and some other countries to a limited extent.The date (Unix) command—internally using the C date and time functions—can be used to convert that internal representation of a point in time to most of the date representations shown here. If this is not the current date, then There is a large variety of formats for dates in use, which differ in the order of date components (e.g. This little-endian sequence is common to the majority of the world's countries.31/05/1999, 05/31/1999, 1999/05/31), component separators (e.g. , 31/05/1999, ), whether leading zeros are included (e.g. 31/05/1999), whether all four digits of the year are written (e.g., vs. This date format originates from the custom of writing the date as "the 9th day of November in the year of our Lord 2014" in Western religious and legal documents.The number of days between two dates may be calculated.For example, "24 December 2017" is ten days after "14 December 2017" in the Gregorian calendar.The ISO 8601 date order with four-digit years: YYYY-MM-DD (introduced in ISO 2014), is specifically chosen to be unambiguous.