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Re: the @ syntax - date format

From: Hontvari Jozsef <hontvari_at_solware.com>
Date: 2002-04-06 03:36:36 CEST

> BTW: If you are going to talk about ISO8601, then you probably should
> include the timezone indicator even though the default should be the
> time at the zero meridian.

I think local time and zero meridian are both reasonable defaults, but the
standard specifies local time.

> Would it make sense to let a date specification have a prefix character?
>
> @D20020405 implies 2002-04-05T00:00:01Z

it seems to me that this is unavoidable

About the many format in ISO8601: I would not start with implementing all
allowed format. Except if there is an existing parser. I have already
searched for a parser in java but I have not found.

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