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Tarun Kumar

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Posted on    August-03-2015 12:15 AM

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 I'm trying to print out the date in a certain format:

NSDate *today = [[NSDate alloc] init];

NSDateFormatter *dateFormatter = [[NSDateFormatter alloc] init];

[dateFormatter setDateFormat:@"yyyyMMddHHmmss"];

NSString *dateStr = [dateFormatter stringFromDate:today];

If the iPhone is set to 24 hour time, this works fine, if on the other hand the user has set it to 24 hour time, then back to AM/PM (it works fine until you toggle this setting) then it appends the AM/PM on the end even though I didn't ask for it:

20080927030337 PM

Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug with firmware 2.1?

Edit 1: Made description clearer

Edit 2 workaround: It turns out this is a bug, to fix it I set the AM and PM characters to "":

[dateFormatter setAMSymbol:@""];

[dateFormatter setPMSymbol:@""];



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