Re: A.M., P.M., noon and midnight

Subject: Re: A.M., P.M., noon and midnight
From: Williams Diane <Williams_Diane -at- DOTE -dot- OSD -dot- MIL>
Date: Fri, 16 Aug 1996 09:07:43 -0400

>>There is a simple answer to this problem, use the 24-hour clock.
Noon is 12:00 hours and midnight is 24:00 hours. You can be as accurate
as you want before or after these times, for example,
11:59:59.9999999999999999999...... or 12:00.00000000000000001
or 23:59:59.9999999999999999999...... or 00:00.00000000000000001
<<

The 24-hour clock doesn't use colons though: 1200, 2400. So, in another
204 years, time may be confused with date! ;-)

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