Decimal Time

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Bonne nouvelle pour les calculs de temps dans EXCEL
L'australie aurait décidé de mettre fin au cruel probleme de l'utilisation de la
notation sexagésimale pour le temps.

Australia's This Day Tonight news program revealed that the country would soon
be converting to "metric time."
Under the new system there would be 100 seconds to the minute, 100 minutes to
the hour, and 20-hour days.
Furthermore, seconds would become millidays, minutes become centidays, and hours
become decidays.
The report included an interview with Deputy Premier Des Corcoran who praised
the new time system.
The Adelaide townhall was even shown sporting a new 10-hour metric clock face.
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Jacquouille
Le #23250401
Salut Gilbert
Peux-tu nous dire cela en version "Camembert" ....steplé ?
merci et bon futur WE



Jacquouille

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Bonsour®
Bonne nouvelle pour les calculs de temps dans EXCEL
L'australie aurait décidé de mettre fin au cruel probleme de l'utilisation
de la
notation sexagésimale pour le temps.

Australia's This Day Tonight news program revealed that the country would
soon
be converting to "metric time."
Under the new system there would be 100 seconds to the minute, 100 minutes
to
the hour, and 20-hour days.
Furthermore, seconds would become millidays, minutes become centidays, and
hours
become decidays.
The report included an interview with Deputy Premier Des Corcoran who
praised
the new time system.
The Adelaide townhall was even shown sporting a new 10-hour metric clock
face.
DanielCo
Le #23250391
Bonjour,
Et il y aura 100 heures le premier avril ;-)))
Daniel


Bonsour®
Bonne nouvelle pour les calculs de temps dans EXCEL
L'australie aurait décidé de mettre fin au cruel probleme de l'utilisation de
la notation sexagésimale pour le temps.

Australia's This Day Tonight news program revealed that the country would
soon be converting to "metric time."
Under the new system there would be 100 seconds to the minute, 100 minutes to
the hour, and 20-hour days.
Furthermore, seconds would become millidays, minutes become centidays, and
hours become decidays.
The report included an interview with Deputy Premier Des Corcoran who praised
the new time system.
The Adelaide townhall was even shown sporting a new 10-hour metric clock
face.
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