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Old 02-19-2020, 09:00 AM   #1  
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Default 12 versus 24 hour clocks..

Whoever came up with this:



itís really confusing at first glance to those of us who have spent time in the military.


because 04:04 is inherently 4:04 AM. 4:04 PM is 16:04.

if you are using a 12 hour clock, fine. But leading zeros arenít necessary and may cause confusion. If you are using a 24 hour clock, you donít need AM or PM.
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