Re: [R] dates are shown as X15.Feb.03

From: roger bos <roger.bos_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue 27 Sep 2005 - 22:25:24 EST

This is a good example of where you did not give us enough information to answer your question. as.Date has a lot of formatting options for working with dates. If you are still having problems, please provide a short example (i.e. reproducable code).
 Thanks,
 Roger

 On 9/26/05, Chris Buddenhagen <chrisb@fcdarwin.org.ec> wrote:
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