Date Format

macrogeek

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Hi all, this is my first post :)

Please can anyone tell me how to format a date so that the following is displayed

Wednesday 21st November 2005

I can use dddd dd mmmm yyyy but it does not give the st. I would like it to show th / rd / st /nd etc.

Any ideas greatly received.
 

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