Unit 'sysutils' Package
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DateSeparator (deprecated)

Date separator character (subject to locale).


Source position: sysinth.inc line 90

var DateSeparator: AnsiChar;


DateSeparator is the character used by various date/time conversion routines as the character that separates the day from the month and the month from the year in a date notation. It is used by the date formatting routines. The initialization routines of the SysUtils unit initialize this string with a value conforming to the regional preferences of the user or system regional default.

This constant is deprecated. You should use DefaultFormatSettings.DateSeparator instead.

See also



Long date format string (subject to locale).



Return a string representation of a TDateTime value with a given format.



Date separator character (subject to locale).



Storage for default settings.

Documentation generated on: Jul 24 2023