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UTC is a standard date and time format.
A date in UTC format looks like this:
That format contains a four-digit year, a 2-digit month, and a 2-digit day, separated by hyphens (yyyy-MM-dd).
A time in UTC format looks like this:
That format contains 2-digits for the hour (13), based on a 24-hour clock, followed by two digits for minutes (14), and two digits for seconds (15), separated by colons (HH:mm:ss).
- Although the standard allows for milliseconds, the platform does not use them or accept them.
- The final character in the format designates the time zone, where Z is "zero-time", or Greenwich Mean Time.
- Times should be expressed with the UTC designator ‘Z’. It should not be expressed using a timezone offset.
A date/time looks like this:
That format contains a date and a time, separated by the letter "T".
- UTC: W3C Note on Date and Time Formats
- List of Time Zones: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_time_zones_by_country