# Espanso

Text expansion for https://espanso.org This is just something I’m testing Added extension: all-emojis 😄

`espanso install all-emojis`

🎁 Emoji cheat sheet for GitHub, Basecamp, Slack & more

## Date and Time formatting

### Date specifiers

Option | Example | Description |
---|---|---|

%Y | 2001 | The full proleptic Gregorian year, zero-padded to 4 digits. |

%C | 20 | The proleptic Gregorian year divided by 100, zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%y | 01 | The proleptic Gregorian year modulo 100, zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%m | 07 | Month number (01–12), zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%b | Jul | Abbreviated month name. Always 3 letters. |

%B | July | Full month name. Also accepts corresponding abbreviation in parsing. |

%h | Jul | Same as %b. |

%d | 08 | Day number (01–31), zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%e | 8 | Same as %d but space-padded. Same as %_d. |

%a | Sun | Abbreviated weekday name. Always 3 letters. |

%A | Sunday | Full weekday name. Also accepts corresponding abbreviation in parsing. |

%w | 0 | Sunday = 0, Monday = 1, …, Saturday = 6. |

%u | 7 | Monday = 1, Tuesday = 2, …, Sunday = 7. (ISO 8601) |

%U | 28 | Week number starting with Sunday (00–53), zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%W | 27 | Same as %U, but week 1 starts with the first Monday in that year instead. |

%G | 2001 | Same as %Y but uses the year number in ISO 8601 week date. |

%g | 01 | Same as %y but uses the year number in ISO 8601 week date. |

%V | 27 | Same as %U but uses the week number in ISO 8601 week date (01–53). |

%j | 189 | Day of the year (001–366), zero-padded to 3 digits. |

%D | 07/08/01 | Month-day-year format. Same as %m/%d/%y. |

%x | 07/08/01 | Locale’s date representation (e.g., 12/31/99). |

%F | 2001-07-08 | Year-month-day format (ISO 8601). Same as %Y-%m-%d. |

%v | 8-Jul-2001 | Day-month-year format. Same as %e-%b-%Y. |

### Time specifiers

Option | Example | Description |
---|---|---|

%H | 00 | Hour number (00–23), zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%k | 0 | Same as %H but space-padded. Same as %_H. |

%I | 12 | Hour number in 12-hour clocks (01–12), zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%l | 12 | Same as %I but space-padded. Same as %_I. |

%P | am | am or pm in 12-hour clocks. |

%p | AM | AM or PM in 12-hour clocks. |

%M | 34 | Minute number (00–59), zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%S | 60 | Second number (00–60), zero-padded to 2 digits. |

%f | 026490000 | The fractional seconds (in nanoseconds) since last whole second. |

%.f | .026490 | Similar to .%f but left-aligned. These all consume the leading dot. |

%.3f | .026 | Similar to .%f but left-aligned but fixed to a length of 3. |

%.6f | .026490 | Similar to .%f but left-aligned but fixed to a length of 6. |

%.9f | .026490000 | Similar to .%f but left-aligned but fixed to a length of 9. |

%3f | 026 | Similar to %.3f but without the leading dot. |

%6f | 026490 | Similar to %.6f but without the leading dot. |

%9f | 026490000 | Similar to %.9f but without the leading dot. |

%R | 00:34 | Hour-minute format. Same as %H:%M. |

%T | 00:34:60 | Hour-minute-second format. Same as %H:%M:%S. |

%X | 00:34:60 | Locale’s time representation (e.g., 23:13:48). |

%r | 12:34:60 AM | Hour-minute-second format in 12-hour clocks. Same as %I:%M:%S %p. |