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12 Apr 2005, 15:15
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guys pls help me!

im totally confused in a time question.......
its states "8:00-12:00 pm"...........12 pm means 12:00 at midnight or 12:00 at noon.

i know this is stupid to as kbut i do'nt want to leave anythig to dought........
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12 Apr 2005, 16:16
karun_aggarwal wrote:
guys pls help me!

im totally confused in a time question.......
its states "8:00-12:00 pm"...........12 pm means 12:00 at midnight or 12:00 at noon.

i know this is stupid to as kbut i do'nt want to leave anythig to dought........

Karun, in a 12:00 hour clock, it should be mentioned, but in a 24 hour clock, there's only a 12:00 noon. There's no 24:00 midnight. After 23:59 comes 00:00 midnight.

Thus, if you're sure they're talking about a 24 hour clock, they might skip mentioning am/pm but they would almost definitely mean it to be 12:00 noon.

Hope that helps.
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13 Apr 2005, 12:41
i guess u r right!
thaks kap!
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13 Apr 2005, 12:51
12pm should mean Noon
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14 Apr 2005, 11:28
karun_aggarwal wrote:
guys pls help me!

im totally confused in a time question.......
its states "8:00-12:00 pm"...........12 pm means 12:00 at midnight or 12:00 at noon.

i know this is stupid to as kbut i do'nt want to leave anythig to dought........

Even between noon and midnight i think noon should be the most logical choice for 12.00pm
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Re: 12:00 pm help   [#permalink] 14 Apr 2005, 11:28
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