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README
The eukdate package
Andrew Gilbert Moschou
v1.04 2009/03/18

This work is released under the LPPL v1.3c or later.

The eukdate package is used to change the format of \today's date, including the
weekday, e.g. `Saturday, 26 June 2008', the `UK format' (Hart's Rules), which is
preferred in many parts of the world, as opposed to what is used in the standard
LaTeX document classes, e.g. `June 26, 2008', the `US format'.

Usage

\usepackage[<options>]{eukdate}
  Options
    - no-weekday
    - ukdate
    - usdate
    - gregorian
    - julian

Commands
  \today     Redefined to use the format that is specified by the
             package options.
  \weekday   Typesets \today's day of the week.
  \monthname Typesets the name of the current month.

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eu­k­date – UK for­mat dates, with week­day

The pack­age is used to change the for­mat of \to­day’s date, in­clud­ing the week­day, e.g., “Satur­day, 26 June 2008”, the ‘UK for­mat’, which is pre­ferred in many parts of the world, as dis­tinct from that which is used in \maketi­tle of the ar­ti­cle class, “June 26, 2008”, the ‘US for­mat’.

Pack­ageeu­k­date
Ver­sion1.04
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerAn­drew Gil­bert Moschou
Con­tained inTeX Live as eu­k­date
MiKTeX as eu­k­date
Topics ma­nip­u­late dates and/or times
See also dayofweek
weekday
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