Leading zeroes on Time.strftime

Not sure why this isn’t in the Ruby documentation (at least where I normally check) but the common annoyance of leading zeros on Time.strftime can be avoided simply by using “%l”.

It does come with another inconvenience though: you get a leading space instead of a leading zero…

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