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The DateTimeParser::parse() functions currently ignore non-format specifiers.
As a result, a tryParse() with the format string "%m/%d/%Y" will succeed for "01.12.2007", however, the resulting DateTime will have the wrong values ("12/01/2007").
related: Poco::DateTimeParser is always trying to retrieve as much data as possible.
It would be a good idea to make it signal about malformed input data, or to have two
methods: strict and relaxed one.