Date$ Formatting - Extended Functionality

LBB has extended functionality when using Date$() .

LBB will return the date in any format that can be constructed from the following elements, in any order, separated by '/' or '-':

d
Day of month as digits with no leading zero for single-digit days.
dd
Day of month as digits with leading zero for single-digit days.
ddd
Day of week as a three-letter abbreviation.
dddd
Day of week as its full name.
m
Month as digits with no leading zero for single-digit months.
mm
Month as digits with leading zero for single-digit months.
mmm
Month as a three-letter abbreviation.
mmmm
Month as its full name.
y
Year as last two digits, but with no leading zero for years less than 10.
yy
Year as last two digits, but with leading zero for years less than 10.
yyyy
Year represented by full four digits.

For example,
Print date$("dddd dd-mmmm-yyyy")
Would output:
Sunday 30-January-2012