dateformat      dd-mm-yy, or mm/dd/yy, or dd-mm-yyyy, or...
dateformat indicates how dates should look in reports generated by wusage. If you prefer a European format, you may wish to try dd-mm-yy (day - month - year). In general, wusage places the day of the month where it sees dd, the month where it sees mm, and the year where it sees yy or yyyy. If yyyy is used, all four digits of the year will appear (1998 rather than just 96). If the dateformat option does not appear, wusage will use the format mm/dd/yy (month / day / year), which is typical in the United States. See also weekstart.
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