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    Palindromes in 2010
    The only 2 palindromes for this year that I can think of would be the 11th and 22nd of this month.

    I am following this date structure: mm-dd-yy.

    So 01-11-10 and 01-22-10.

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    Yeah, I suppose those are the only "reversibles".

    Of course we will also have 08-09-10

    and

    05:06:07 08-09-10 (twice)

    and 12-11-10

    and 12-11-10 09:08:07 (twice)

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    What about 10.10 am and pm on the 10.10.10?
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    01-02-2010
    20-10-2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by josephrockz4 View Post
    20-10-2010
    What month is "20"?
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    That's the day, not the month. The 20th of October, 2010.

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    My bad, I was following the OP's date structure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josephrockz4 View Post
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    Not to nitpick or anything, guys... but those aren't palindromes.

    It's all good, though. Just having fun with numbers now, I see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYmacROX View Post
    Not to nitpick or anything, guys... but those aren't palindromes.
    Dashes? We don't need no stinkin' dashes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by XJ-linux View Post
    My bad, I was following the OP's date structure.
    Hard to come to terms with that date structure. Being from way down south i like the way we say it as : we are in the 20th day of the 1st month 2010 .... Cant see or understand : we are in the 1st month but the 20th day of that month 2010 ....... Has me baffled
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    Americans do the date weird, so any date written in normal English often looks like a post from the future.

    So today is 03/01/2010, which would read as 1st March to anyone in the US.
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