From: Victor A. Wagner, Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-15 11:51:18
my reading of the ISO webpage leads me to believe that the T is
only required if you drop all the other delimeters so:
2002-06-07 14:52:03Z would be ok, but you'd need the T for
this is only an opinion, I'm _not_ a real language lawyer.
At Monday 2002/07/15 07:04, you wrote:
> > >> timestamp="2002-06-07 14:52:03 UTM"
> > >...
> > I thought the ISO time format can also do date _and_ time-of-day, and not
> > just a date. Shouldn't you use that instead of an ISO date and a
> > time-of-day?
>Yes it supports time of day as well.
>is the ISO extended form. However, I believe that technically a space
>is not allowed as a separation character between date and time of day.
>Instead a T is required. Also, the time zone is not a 3 digit date it
>is either Z for Zulu/UTC time or something like -04 for 4 hours ahead
>of UTC. So the full time string in iso extended is actually:
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