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Default displaying different date formats using LCID

I read about the response.LCID and session.LCID.
I have a question. Suppose a site has customers from 4 different countries. And at the login page i retrieve the country of the user and set the appropriate session.LCID value.
Now the dates I display in the pages, will they be as per the country formats or for these also i'll have to check the country and format them appropriately ?


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I had this book marked once upon a time but choose not to use it, there is a code example of how its used:


I choose to specificly tell users what date format I was using by default (dd/mm/yyyy here is Australia) and give them the option to change the date format for the session using my own functions.

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