sffdate (Sat Oct 25 2014 01:31:01)

		-f format
		-o output style - in dbl qutes
		-d input data

	sffdate -f dmcyht -o "Last ZW was ZD-ZN-ZZ" -d "12-1-1997 10:55"

	syntax :
		-f describes the order of raw data :
			d - day		1-31
			m - month	1-12
			y - year (last 2 digits only, must be after 1970)
			c - century	19 or 20 only
			h - hour	0-23
			t - minute	0-59
			x - padding	ignore 2 digits
		each of these is a 2 digit number (or space digit)
		Any amount of spaces and non-digits can be between each bit :
			20th, 08 August in the Year of : 96
			are treated the same
		-o is the Parse string in FipSeq where Header fields are :
			ZD	- 1 or 2 digit day of month
			ZG	- 2 digit day of month with leading zero
			ZM	- 2 digit month
			ZY	- 2 digit Year	92
			ZZ	- 4 digit Year	1992
			ZW	- Day of week as in Monday, Tuesday etc
			ZS	- 3 chr Day of week as in Mon, Tue etc
			ZN	- Month as in January, February
			ZT	- 3 chr Month as in Jan, Feb, Mar etc
			ZJ 	- Julian day of year
			ZH	- Hour 00-23
			ZI	- Hour 00-12
			ZT	- Minute 00-59
			ZU	- 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 24th for the day of the month
		plus ZA, ZB, ZC for Week of year x2 and Dow and ZP for AM/PM
		Note that actual Day and Month names depend on your LOCALE
		Default is "ZW, ZD ZN ZZ"
	Note that if any information is NOT supplied the run time date/time is used.

Version control
;000f	17jan97 chj original version
	;a-e 10sep98 woops Aug 31 is a non-date, c for ZU-st, d for ZG/ZD
	;f ffmin is a sol10-builtin

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