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[Bug 3027] erroneous date example

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--- Comment #10 from Kevin Braun <kbraun@obj-sys.com>  2009-10-07 19:51:09 ---
FYI, I just read the following in the *time* section:

Date values with different time zone offsets that were identical in the 1.0
version of this specification, such as 2000-12-12+13:00 and
2000-12-11&#8722;11:00, are in this version of this specification equal
(because they begin at the same moment on the time line) but are not identical
(because they have and retain different time zone offsets).

Perhaps the fix was applied to the wrong section.


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