# [Tex/LaTex] Month/Year Format in Latex

datetime

This should be a easy question, but I didn't find answer from googling. The date format I wan is: Month(letter), Year(numerical). For example, I want: November, 2014. Of course, I can manually achieve this requirement. But I think LaTeX can do better. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

You can use the datetime package to customize the formatting; a little complete example:

\documentclass{book}
\usepackage{datetime}

\newdateformat{monthyeardate}{%
\monthname[\THEMONTH], \THEYEAR}

\begin{document}

\monthyeardate\today

\end{document}


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