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Recurring date

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... ISO 8601 requires two digits for the day of the month: R/0000-07-01/P1Y Michael Deckers.
marcus.aurelia
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May 15, 2011

ISO8601 Std for Day in Year?

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Thanks for the info, Tex. I already know about the "available" Excel formats that can be accessed via the "Format()" statement in VBA for Excel as well as the
prmyers1
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Aug 15, 2010

How do I show in ISO 8601 the first quarter of every year [SEC=UNCLA

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... I agree with that interpretation. On the other hand, I expect that you and your partners in interchange could mutually agree that it means what you want;
john.hockaday@...
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Nov 6, 2009

How do I represent the first quarter of each year in ISO 8601

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Hi, How do I represent the first three months of every year in ISO 8601. I know one can represent a period by "P3M" and one can represent a recurring period
jhock96
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Nov 6, 2009

UTC didn't exist before 1961

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... That's fine if your application imposes such restrictions, but it is not what ISO 8601 requires. ISO 8601 fixes some notations but it does not constrain
pqrc96
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Jun 4, 2009

Ten Years On...

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Reading through that thread, after the first few lines, I am not sure it is what I would call healthy debate. But it is nice that yyyymmdd is becoming more
g1smd_amsat_org
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May 30, 2009

Returned mail: User unknown

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Your first mail may have bounced, it looks like the from address was messed up. However, your subsequent mails seemd to be forwards of the bounced mail and
bam@...
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May 26, 2009

Successful Standards Have Rules For Range and Precision

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In a message dated 5/14/2008 5:21:06 P.M. Central Daylight Time, PIEBALDconsult@... writes: Maybe. ... the same ... Not so much. ISO 8601 allows for
hjwoudenberg@...
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May 18, 2008

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Well, at the time the guy with club didn't know he was supposed to count backwards. However ISO does define the date format for prior to current era. The
piebaldconsult
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May 13, 2008

If this has been fixed, I haven't herd about it.

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... (So tempted... so tempted...) ... I think my point may have been that you can't go directly from GPS-to- offset, you'll need some sort of lookup table
hjwoudenberg@...
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Aug 24, 2007

Should I bang my head on my desk?

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... Same way. ... "What year?"
piebaldconsult
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Jul 14, 2007

Wikipedia on ISO8601

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I just took a quick look and nothing jumped out at me as being grossly wrong. What would be wrong is if a particular piece of not-quite-rightness were left
g1smd_amsat_org
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Jul 14, 2007

The challenge

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Actually, it is foolish to think we can’t improve. The fact that there are differences and irregularities just makes the job harder, not necessarily
hjwoudenberg@...
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Jul 6, 2007

Forgot atachemnt for all Holidays, included

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... When you log into the group there are sections (on the left). Click on Files and then Add file.
hjwoudenberg@...
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Jul 2, 2007

Re: I was scoffed at my NaD, Bless you

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In a message dated 7/1/2007 9:10:48 P.M. Central Daylight Time, PIEBALDconsult@... writes: Exactly. Plus, what if an "unknown future date" value finds its
hjwoudenberg@...
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Jul 1, 2007
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