What are the ways and the most common ways to format times in Esperanto?
Is it like on a digital clock like 23:10, or more like 23h10 (in French), or 23h10m or other things?
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I often see it being written with a colon, so like 23:28. This is also the format used in PMEG, on most websites and in the Esperanto locale on Linux.
Searching for the regular expressions " ...30 ", " ...00 ", " ..30 " and so on in tekstaro.com, one finds that La Ondo primarily uses the format 23h10 and secondarily 23.10. Monato rarely mentions time but has used the format "23.10 h" a couple of times.
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