WhiteFang wrote: Depending on your region, a week either starts on Sunday (silly Americans)
American here, sunday is definately the last day of the week. Calanders just show it on the left side but noone sees it as the first day of the week
I hate to get on you here, since I agree with you, but by and large, you are WRONG, and while I am not a citizen, I am also an American, or at least I live here with my greencard.
I've learned that the US counts weeks differently from large portions of the world, and that officially, the week STARTS on Sunday in the US (hence US calendars show it on the left). As far as you stating 'noone sees it as the first day of the week', my American wife would heartedly and heatedly dissagree with you all day on that one. She most certainly sees Sunday as the first day of the week and will defend that view to her grave.. so clearly at least 1 US citizen sees it that way!
Also, there are articles about it online, as this can, have and will continue to cause confusion when planning things on a global scale. Project planning tools and calendars on US systems will have different week# counts and 'week start on' settings by default than same software on a e.g. European system.https://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/days/monday.html
Also, to be super clear, my above 'tirade' is in 100% good natured smiling fun of it, so sorry if I came across confrontational. I actually get a kick out of these types of idosyncracies! (Two other pet peeves of mine are Daylight Saving Time (yup, not supposed to pluralize saving, but that is not what bugs me), and the biggest: how US (and others) does dates! month-day-year? comeon!! CLEARLY it should be day-month-year, or even better, let's just all follow ISO-8601!
LoL and don't get me started on imperial vs SI units
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