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How to do friendly date formatting in Ruby Posted: Sep 1, 2006 2:04 AM
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It's not obvious how to do friendly date formatting in Ruby. At least it wasn't easy for me to figure out. I didn't find too many other places on the net that described how to turn Time.now into something like "12/13/08" or "Monday September 16, 2005." I found the answer buried in the ruby api docs and wrote this tutorial for anyone else like me who's been looking in vain.

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