Re: Incompleteness of Duration
Michael Kay scripsit: > It's worth noting that whereas there is some kind of consensus on > when seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, and years start and end > (subject to timezone issues), there is no consensus on when a week > starts or ends. There is, however, an ISO standard: weeks begin on Monday, and the first week of the year is the week containing the first Thursday in January. Thus 2005-01-01, a Saturday, is synonymous with 2005-W53-6, the sixth day of the 53rd and last week of 2004. Note that XSD time does not include leap seconds, which means that the XSD 1.1 value space for durations contains <second, month> pairs. There are a fixed number of seconds in a minute, hour, and day, and a fixed number of months in a year. -- "Repeat this until 'update-mounts -v' shows no updates. John Cowan You may well have to log in to particular machines, hunt down email@example.com people who still have processes running, and kill them."
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