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I'm looking for a method to check the date import corresponds to the date format (D/M/Y OR M/D/Y) set in the system.
Thanks in advance,
Well, you can't determine that just by looking at the imported value. Instead you need to make sure that all to-be-imported data has been produced with correct date format.
For example you might have value 05/06/2019 and there's absolutely no way of knowing (just by looking at it) which part represents month and which part represents date.
So, you need to agree which date format is used, and then trust this agreement.
Maybe you can try this:
Confirm the date display format set by your computer system, then import it on today's date 07/19 or 19/07, and compare whether the format of the import display is consistent with the system.
Otherwise, as Nikolaos said, it's impossible to recognize its format from the value display alone.
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