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  • marcus.aurelia
    Hi! I m new in this group and I haven t read all the former posts... I hope the answer to my question isn t already in one of them! How would you represent
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 1 5:22 AM
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      Hi!
      I'm new in this group and I haven't read all the former posts... I hope the answer to my question isn't already in one of them!

      How would you represent this "date" following ISO-1806 standards?:

      the 1st of July every year

      Is it possible?
      I've tried this: R/P1Y0000-07-1 but it doesn't look very ISO-1806ish.

      Thanks!
      Aurelia
    • Nguyen, Ivy A
      Wouldn t one stick a hyphen where the year is if no year is being used or is known (eg R/P1Y/--07-01)? ... From: marcus.aurelia
      Message 2 of 4 , May 13, 2011
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        Wouldn't one stick a hyphen where the year is if no year is being used or is known (eg R/P1Y/--07-01)?
        From: "marcus.aurelia" <marcus.aurelia@...>
        Sender: ISO8601@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2011 13:22:54 -0000
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        Subject: [ISO8601] Recurring date

         

        Hi!
        I'm new in this group and I haven't read all the former posts... I hope the answer to my question isn't already in one of them!

        How would you represent this "date" following ISO-1806 standards?:

        the 1st of July every year

        Is it possible?
        I've tried this: R/P1Y0000-07-1 but it doesn't look very ISO-1806ish.

        Thanks!
        Aurelia

      • piebaldconsult
        A recurring time interval that starts on 0000-07-1 with duration of one year: R/0000-07-1/P1Y
        Message 3 of 4 , May 14, 2011
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          A recurring time interval that starts on 0000-07-1 with duration of one year: R/0000-07-1/P1Y


          --- In ISO8601@yahoogroups.com, "marcus.aurelia" <marcus.aurelia@...> wrote:
          >
          > Hi!
          > I'm new in this group and I haven't read all the former posts... I hope the answer to my question isn't already in one of them!
          >
          > How would you represent this "date" following ISO-1806 standards?:
          >
          > the 1st of July every year
          >
          > Is it possible?
          > I've tried this: R/P1Y0000-07-1 but it doesn't look very ISO-1806ish.
          >
          > Thanks!
          > Aurelia
          >
        • Michael Deckers
          ... ISO 8601 requires two digits for the day of the month: R/0000-07-01/P1Y Michael Deckers.
          Message 4 of 4 , May 15, 2011
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            On 2011-05-14 14:38, piebaldconsult wrote:

            > A recurring time interval that starts on 0000-07-1 with
            > duration of one year: R/0000-07-1/P1Y

            ISO 8601 requires two digits for the day of the
            month:
            R/0000-07-01/P1Y

            Michael Deckers.
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