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It says "m or M" is deprecated, but you still put it in the parameters mask and don't include the "n or N"
Yeah, it should be removed from the examples, too.
Currently, timeFormat()'s Parameters table suggests that there is a limit to the number of times a masking character can be repeated. This is not true. The following are all valid: 'hhh','HHHH','nnnnn','ssssss','lllllll'.
This is especially important for milliseconds, which are often measured using 3+ digits.
Suggested wording to add within the Parameters table:
-ll or LL: milliseconds; leading zero for single-digit milliseconds (to add additional leading zeros, repeat the l or L character)