BUG: Date/Time Format string with %D in the format string crashes LabVIEW

Do %D in the format string 'Format string DateTime' blocks LabVIEW 2009 SP1, as shown in this code snippet.  Should I use instead of %D %d but an incorrect format string should not crash LabVIEW.

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