date format in xp

September 9, 2011 at 06:04:31
Specs: Windows XP
The system default short date format is: dd-MM-yyyy. We have an application that runs with the date format in: mm/dd/yy. and changes automatically Is there any method (e.g. batch) so that we can launch the application and then change back to the system default after close the application without the need to ask user to do the change manually via the Control Panel? Thanks
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September 9, 2011 at 06:15:18
Is there any method (e.g. batch) so that we can launch..

You better post this in the programming section.

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September 9, 2011 at 09:54:39
Are you SURE you can't change the date format in the settings for the program itself ? You usually CAN do that.

The default date format Windows uses is determined by your Control Panel - Regional and Language settings .

You can change the country to one that uses the same date format as the program,, or you can click on Customize for a country and change it to be the same as the program's date format.

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