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What is the ordering of the date units when printed in Pandas

schedule Mar 5, 2023
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The ordering of the date units when printed (at least in Jupyter notebook) is YYYY-MM-DD:

pd.to_datetime("2020/12/25")
Timestamp('2020-12-25 00:00:00')
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