• AS/NZS 3802:1997

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    Data elements and interchange formats - Information interchange - Representation of dates and times

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    Withdrawn date:  06-30-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-05-1997

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS/NZS 3802:1997 DATA ELEMENTS AND INTERCHANGE FORMATS-INFORMATION INTERCHANGE-REPRESENTATION OF DATES AND TIMES
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    7 - 0 Introduction
    7 - 1 Scope and field of application
    8 - 2 References
    8 - 3 Terms and definitions
    8 - 3.1 complete representation:
    8 - 3.2 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC):
    8 - 3.3 date, calendar:
    8 - 3.4 date, ordinal:
    8 - 3.5 day:
    8 - 3.6 format, basic:
    8 - 3.7 format. extended:
    8 - 3.8 Gregorian calendar:
    8 - 3.9 hour:
    8 - 3.10 local time:
    8 - 3.11 minute:
    8 - 3.12 month, calendar:
    8 - 3.13 period:
    8 - 3.14 second:
    8 - 3.15 truncated representation:
    8 - 3.16 week:
    8 - 3.17 week, calendar:
    8 - 3.18 year:
    8 - 3.19 year, calendar:
    8 - 3.20 year, common:
    8 - 3.21 year, leap:
    9 - 4 Fundamental principles
    9 - 4.1 Concept
    9 - 4.2 Common features, uniqueness and combinations
    9 - 4.3 Characters used in the representations
    9 - 4.4 Use of separators
    9 - 4.5 Truncation
    9 - 4.6 Leading zero(s)
    9 - 5 Representations
    9 - 5.1 Explanations
    9 - 5.1.1 Characters used in place of digits
    9 - 5.1.2 Characters used as designators
    10 - 5.2 Dates
    10 - 5.2.1 Calendar date
    10 - 5.2.2 Ordinal date
    11 - 5.2.3 Date identified by calendar week and day numbers
    12 - 5.3 Time of the day
    12 - 5.3.1 Local time of the day
    13 - 5.3.2 Midnight
    13 - 5.3.3 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
    13 - 5.4 Combinations of date and time of the day representations
    13 - 5.4.1 Complete representation
    14 - 5.4.2 Representations other than complete
    14 - 5.5 Periods of time
    14 - 5.5.1 Means of specifying periods
    14 - 5.5.2 Separators and designators
    14 - 5.5.3 Complete representations
    15 - 5.5.4 Representations other than complete
    16 - Annex A - Relationship to ISO 2014, 2015, 2711, 3307 and 4031
    17 - Annex B - Examples of representation of dates, time of the day, combinations of date and time, and periods of time
    17 - B.1 Dates
    18 - B.2 Time of the day
    19 - B.3 Combinations of date and time
    19 - B.4 Periods of time
    21 - TECHNICAL CORRIGENDUM 1

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    Specifies the representation of dates in the Gregorian calendar and times and representations of periods of time. This Standard does not assign any particular meaning or interpretation to any data element that uses representations in accordance with this Standard. Such meaning will be determined by the context of the application. This Standard does not cover dates and times where words are used in the representation. This Standard is technically identical with and has been reproduced from ISO 8601:1988

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    This International Standard specifies the representation of dates in the Gregorian calendar and times and representations of periods of time. It includesa) calendar dates expressed in terms of year, month and day of month;b) ordinal dates expressed in terms of year and day of year;c) dates identified by means of year, week numbers and day numbers;d) time of the day based upon the 24-hour timekeeping system;e) differencesbetween localtime and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC);f) combination of date and time;g) periods of time, with or without either a start or end date or both.This International Standard is applicable whenever dates and times are included in information interchange.This International Standard does not cover dates and times where words are used in the representation.This International Standard does not assign any particular meaning or interpretation to any data element that uses representations in accordance with this International Standard. Such meaning will be determined by the context of the application.

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    Committee IT-001
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Withdrawn
    Supersedes

    History - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    First published in Australia as AS 3802-1989.
    Jointly revised and designated AS/NZS 3802:1997. First published in Australia as AS 3802-1989. Jointly revised and designated AS/NZS 3802:1997.

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS 2900.0-1986 Quantities, units, and symbols - General principles concerning quantities, units, and symbols
    AS 2900.1-1986 Quantities, units, and symbols - Quantities and units of space and time
    AS 1776-1980 Information processing - 7-bit coded character set for information interchange
    AS 2900.0-2002 Quantities and units - General principles
    AS 2900.1-2002 Quantities and units - Space and time

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