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[Bug 3027] erroneous date example

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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=3027


Kevin Braun <kbraun@obj-sys.com> changed:

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--- Comment #9 from Kevin Braun <kbraun@obj-sys.com>  2009-10-07 19:42:44 ---
Looking at the Apr 2009 recommendation, it looks like the proposed fix never
made it into the recommendation.  The text still reads thus:

Examples that show the difference from version 1.0 (see Lexical Mapping
(§3.3.10.2) for the notations): 
    * A day is a calendar (or "local time") day offset from ·UTC· by the
appropriate interval; this is now true for all ·day· values, including those
with time zone offsets outside the range +12:00 through -11:59 inclusive:
      2000-12-12+13:00 < 2000-12-12+11:00  (just as 2000-12-12+12:00 has always
been less than 2000-12-12+11:00, but in version 1.0  2000-12-12+13:00 >
2000-12-12+11:00 , since 2000-12-12+13:00's "recoverable time zone offset" was
&#8722;11:00)
    * Similarly:
      2000-12-12+13:00 = 2000-12-13&#8722;11:00  (whereas under 1.0, as just
stated,  2000-12-12+13:00 = 2000-12-12&#8722;11:00)


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