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2400 is midnight--for US armed services?? As an ex-cop, I would have been
reprimanded for putting 00:00 on ANY report that was reflective of midnight.
Fortunately, I'm in the private sector now and using AM-PM!!
From: Steve Hudson [mailto:cruddy -at- optushome -dot- com -dot- au]
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 4:13 AM
Subject: RE: 24-hour clock
Huh? I am ex-mil (Aus RAAF) background - there is NO 24:00.
23:59:59.9999. -> 00:00
00:00 is am, 12:00 is pm. They are the starting tick of their period. Have I
missed something here? Please state a published reference for your very
spurious claims. I have never, _ever_ seen a time reference given as 24h00.
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