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A simple formatDate function for JavaScript



JavaScript lacks unfortunately built in string formatting functionality. Here is a .formatDate function that provides basic dateformatting for displaying digit based date strings (ie. 10/31/2008 or 2008-10-31 20:22 or 10:24pm etc.).
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