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Ordinal dates (st, nd, rd, th) - ASP tutorial


What is an ordinal date? Or more accurately; which part of a date is the ordinal? In answer the first question; an ordinal date is a date that is part of an order (in my layman’s understanding) that is “Tuesday the second of August”, “Wednesday the third of August”.
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