User:Jc3s5h/sortTable

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This is an exploration of what contradictions might appear if the input to the dts template can really be ISO dates.

Table using YYYY-MM-DD format dates[edit]

Date Event
1752-09-09 Another date that existed in Rome but not Britain
1582-10-04 In Rome, last day of Julian calendar
1752-09-02 In Britain, last day of Julian calendar
9 October 1582 A date that existed in England but not Rome. Corresponds to 19 October 1582 Gregorian
1582-10-09 A date that existed in England but not Rome
1752-09-08 A date that existed in Rome but not Britian
1582-10-15 In Rome, first day of Gregorian calendar
1752-09-14 In Britain, first day of Gregorian calendar

Above table with dts template[edit]

Date Event
17,520,909 Another date that existed in Rome but not Britain; see if dts likes ISO dates with no dashes.
October 4, 1582 In Rome, last day of Julian calendar
September 2, 1752 In Britain, last day of Julian calendar
9 October 1582 A date that existed in England but not Rome. Corresponds to 19 October 1582 Gregorian
October 9, 1582 A date that existed in England but not Rome
September 8, 1752 A date that existed in Rome but not Britian
October 15, 1582 In Rome, first day of Gregorian calendar
September 14, 1752 In Britain, first day of Gregorian calendar