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If your application is translated to other languages, you need these locales too.
The name of the locale in your system is important too.
Windows has the most differences, but I've also encountered differences in Alpine Linux (which uses musl intsead of glibc) and BSD.
For all those who work with Wamp Server on Windows, I propose you a formatting(layout) of date as " Friday, January 1st, 2016 " instead of " Friday, January 01st, 2016 " (note the zero in front of 1) which works at the same time on Windows / Wamp Server and on (on-line) Linux / waiter.