Re: military time terminology

Subject: Re: military time terminology
From: Matt Ion <soundy -at- NEXTLEVEL -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 08:40:26 -0800

On Wed, 15 Jan 1997 11:05:31 -0600, Mitch Berg wrote:

>In Europe, where they frequently use 24-hour time, they'll throw in a
>comma:
> Midnight 00:00
> 9:45 PM 22:45
>(...or is it a period? It's been 12 years since I was there...)

I think they use a period in the date, but that's a colon, not a comma,
in the time :)



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