Re: questions about time intervals
- Remember, these format are essentially for computers to understand,
not people, "commom usage" doesn't apply. The formats are humanly
readable simply so they can be checked for acccuracy, they should not
be presented to the people you intend to have attend your conference.
The example and explanation in 126.96.36.199 agrees with me. And 5.5.4
clearly states that the start and end values are time points, not
On the other hand you can use "2004-01-10/2004-01-11:24" (yuck) to
include the full end day.
> I think that the standard is clear that a date in absence of a timerefers to the 24 hour period that day consists of.
No, it doesn't. Where do you think it does?