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2047Re: [ISO8601] Re: ISO-8601 Time and UTC precision questions

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  • hjwoudenberg@aol.com
    Nov 8, 2006
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      In a message dated 11/7/2006 12:46:27 P.M. Central Standard Time, PIEBALDconsult@... writes:
      doesn't apply to the time-of-day. What it means, is that if the
      offset for the local time is not a whole number of hours, e.g. if it
      is +01:30, then you are not allowed to omit the minutes part of the
      _offset_.

      1. So 12:34:45 (+01:00) + THH+HH:MM = T12+01:00 -- is OK
      2. And 12:34:45 (+01:00) + THH+HH = T12+01 -- is OK
      3. And 12:34:45 (+01:30) + THH+HH:MM = T12+01:30 -- is OK
      4. But 12:34:56 (+01:30) + THH+HH = T12+01 -- is _not_ OK

      Does everyone agree with example 2
       
      What would  12:34:56 (+01:30) + THH+HH:MM = 
       
      I understand this example to say the the time offset must match the precision but not the time.   Is that what others understand?
       
      hjw 

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