Markus Kuhn said: > Writing "24:00" to terminate a time interval at exactly midnight is > pretty common practice and is even sanctioned by ISO 8601.
> See for example the railway timetable on > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/24-hour_clock > > where trains arrive at 24:00 but depart at 00:00. Usual UK railway practice is to use 00:00 throughout in timetables, including internal ones. However, London Underground does print 24:00 on a ticket issued at midnight, and in fact continues up to 27:30 (such tickets count as being issued on the previous day for validity purposes, and this helps to reinforce it). -- Clive D.W. Feather | Work: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> | Tel: +44 20 8495 6138 Internet Expert | Home: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> | Fax: +44 870 051 9937 Demon Internet | WWW: http://www.davros.org | Mobile: +44 7973 377646 Thus plc | |