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Time is a dimension in which events can be ordered from the past through the present into the future.

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enter date/time values at ANY time of the day. Which also includes DST changeover times. Now, when entering the time at the "short" day, things are easy. Simply any value between 3:00:00 and 3:59:59 is … invalid. Problem is with the "long" day, where values in that same interval are ambiguous. Is there any standard way/notation for entering time at that dreadful hour? Have you ever used any other workarounds, and which ones did your users find good? …
asked Feb 2 '12 by Vilx-