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Isodate package: package loading vs. \AtBeginDocument

In order to have iso dates on my class-generated title page, I would have to load isodate before calling \AtBeginDocument since this MVE \documentclass{scrartcl} % ...
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Incomprehensible error with babel and isodate

The error in question is: ! Undefined control sequence. \ifthenelse #1#2#3->\let \bbl@temp@pref \pageref \let \pageref \org@pageref ... l.19 \date{\today} ...
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Package isodate Warning: Language english unknown to isodate

Consider the following input: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[english,ngerman]{babel} \usepackage{babelbib} % Multilingual bibliographies \usepackage{url} \usepackage[num,ngerman]{isodate} % Tune ...
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Using a computed date with \printdate from isodate

I want to format a date using \printdate from isodate, but I want to compute on the fly the date I'm formatting. Both parts of this work individually: I can compute a date and I can format one, but ...
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ISO Date Format

I have done a search on this forum and on the internet and have not found the answer to my question. I am looking to use an ISO date format such as 2018W083 for today (2018-02-21) in my reports. I use ...
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Command for today's date in two specific formats (12 Dec 17 and 12 December 2017)

I want to be able to just type either the short version or long version by a command, like \longtoday and \shorttoday. Some more examples of short dates are 12 May 17 and 01 Jan 07, long dates are the ...
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Bibliography: How can I use a date in any field?

Sometimes I would like to use a date in \titleaddon or any field, but neither \printdate nor \bibdate nor \mkbibdate ... works, though I've loaded isodate. \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage{etex} \...
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Language unknown to isodate

I am writing a Dutch article in combination with the British notation for dates. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[dutch]{babel} \usepackage[british]{isodate} \begin{document} \printdate{5/9/...
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Creating a simple table article; multi line table headings, display date on same line as caption and double underlines

I have written my first LaTeX document, and although it broadly looks like how I want it to, I want to polish it further to give it a bit more of a profession look - alas, this si where I have come ...
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How to customize \printdate? [duplicate]

How to get the output as shown below by customizing \printdate? Here is the minimal code \documentclass[english]{article} \usepackage[english]{isodate} \begin{document} \printdate{2017-05-12} \...
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Bug in isodata?: German short date with horizontal spaces after periods

Is there a bug in the isodate package? When I switch to \shortdate with the option german, horizontal spaces occur after the periods: \documentclass{article} \setlength{\parindent}{0pt} \usepackage[...
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Problem with markboth

I'm using isodate package since A user should insert the date as the title of the chapter in the format as in the example : 31/12/1987 The chapter should have the title 31st Dec 1987, following ...
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Titling package and date formatting

I am using the titling package the resuse the defined date etc. using a plain \thedate command. However the date format is not what I need because of different type of localization. My first shot was ...
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Give date as iso format

Currently, when I use \date{} for an old document, I put the explicit form of the date. But this is a problem because I print all my documents in two versions, a personal version (with the form ) ...
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Manually break biblatex entry like date or number

I am running Biblatex with Biber and TexnicCenter with Miktex. How do I manually break the date or put it on the next line if it is at the end of an entry (ISO 8601, has to be broken or on a new line)?...
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Get full iso format date and time with colon and “T” separator

When I use iso style with datetime2 package, I exepect to get the full date format with T separator between date and time and colon “:” between hours, minutes, and seconds. I expect someting like ...
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How to redefine the \today with superscript?

How can I redefine \today so that today's current date comes in the format May 26th, 2016 I need the "th" to be superscript. It should come to the bottom right corner of the page. The code does not ...
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Help with US Date Format

I have searched the isodate package and the datetime2 package to answer my question. I would like my date to be mm/dd/yyyy. The closest I have gotten is to have the date as dd/mm/yyyy. Could someone ...
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Create custom date command using numbers

Is there any way to create a custom command that prints the date (using the language specified in babel to be possible) from a given ISO 8601-formatted date? What I would like is that \today \...
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German date notation in paragraphs

According to the DIN ISO 8601 a German date needs to be formated without a linebreak between in it. So LaTeX have to break before or after the date. Instead sometimes a date exceeds the linewidth. ...
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Formatted date inside section

I am trying to compile a document where each section title corresponds to a given date. The date has to be formatted, 2014/01/03 should produce 3rd January 2014 in the title. I was trying to use the ...
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Is there a way to include the document creation time with XeTeX?

I'm currently using \isodate{\today} \currenttime} to include an aproximate creation time for a XeTeX document. This is "good enough" but doesn't include the timezone. In pdflatex the creation time of ...
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Hack of .bst to add urldate in @misc in BibTex with natbib

Trying to add urldate to my bst-file. I have the entry as: ENTRY { address ... url urldate ... year } With the two functions defining url and urldate: FUNCTION {format.url} ...
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How to get pgfgantt today to be set to the \today macro

I want the pgfgantt chart to automatically update the "today" line so that it always shows \today when compiled. The problem is that though I am using time slot format=isodate and have set the ...
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Format date {yyy-mm-dd} as “mmm 'yy”

I have been struggling with this for some time, with combinations of the isodate and datetime packages, without success. I would like to create a macro that receives an input in the format {yyyy-mm-...
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Conflict between texMemo.cls and isodate.sty?

This compiles properly: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[english,cleanlook]{isodate} \begin{document} \title{ISO package test} \author{me} \date{\today} \maketitle \end{document} But this ...
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UNIX timestamp (= seconds since 1/1/1970) in document?

I would like to include a so-called UNIX timestamp in my document. All technicalities aside, it's basically the number of seconds since 1/1/1970 0:00 UTC aka "the epoch". (At the time of me writing ...
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LaTeX Error: File `isodate.sty' not found [closed]

I just started to use LaTeX and I have the following error running the blank university template using TeXworks: ! LaTeX Error: File `isodate.sty' not found. Type X to quit or to proceed, ...
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date not in title page, can't find isodate package

Between begin and end titlepage, I use \date{\today}. C-c C-c does not complain, but no date shows up. I saw another guy using isodate, but I don't have that package. On aptitude search ~n^texlive, ...
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Is my \date broken?

When using \date{}, I get this weird result: (I've blurred out some parts, since they're, well, sensitive for me) Why is it doing this? I'm using isodate, but it's not the issue, I've commented it ...
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Why does \today crash in Tufte-LaTeX using 'isodate' when passed as an argument?

I'm trying to use the isodate package with Tufte-LaTeX, but get ! Illegal parameter number in definition of \reserved@a. when I use \today as an argument to certain functions (e.g. \printdate or \...