2020年度レストランサービス技能検定公示 2020年度レストランサービス技能検定詳細 申請には本人確認書類（運転免許証または保険証の写し）の提出が必要となります。 本人確認書類の提出がない場合は、申請を受理できませんので注意してください。 本人確認書類につきましては技能検定詳細のページで確認してください。 Under the 24-hour clock system, the day begins at midnight, 00:00, and the last minute of the day begins at 23:59 and ends at 24:00, which is identical to 00:00 of the following day. 09:07. Midnight is called 24:00 and is used to mean the end of the day and 00:00 is used to mean the beginning of the day. Many models of digital wristwatches and clocks are available that display the time of day using the 24-hour clock. This system is also referred to (only in the US and the English speaking parts of Canada) as military time or (only in the United Kingdom and now very rarely) as continental time. For example, you would say "Tuesday at 24:00" and "Wednesday at 00:00" to mean exactly the same time. Also, the international standard notation of time (ISO 8601) is based on this format. 7 o'clock in the evening is called 19:00. Advantages over the 12-hour clock system: From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, https://simple.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=24-hour_clock&oldid=7168522, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License. The 24-hour clock is a way of telling the time in which the day runs from midnight to midnight and is divided into 24 hours, numbered from 0 to 24.It does not use a.m. or p.m. In many Asian, European and Latin American countries people use it to write the time. To write shop opening hours until midnight use, for example, "00:00–24:00", "07:00–24:00". The 24-hour clock is a way of telling the time in which the day runs from midnight to midnight and is divided into 24 hours, numbered from 0 to 24. In some parts of the world, it is called railway time. However, the US military prefers not to say 24:00 - they do not like to have two names for the same thing, so they always say "23:59", which is one minute before midnight. In railway timetables 24:00 means the end of the day. This system is also referred to (only in the US and the English speaking parts of Canada) as military time or (only in the United Kingdom and now very rarely) as continental time. Fewer confusions between morning and evening; e.g. For example, a train due to arrive at a station during the last minute of a day arrives at 24:00; but trains which depart during the first minute of the day go at 00:00. éÏXÍiZE¼j(PDF), XgT[rXZ\èó¿ÌûsË(PDF), ßa³NxXgT[rXZ\è1@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF), ßa³NxXgT[rXZ\è2@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF), ßa³NxXgT[rXZ\è3@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF), ½¬30NxXgT[rXZ\è1@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF), ½¬30NxXgT[rXZ\è2@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF), ½¬30NxXgT[rXZ\è3@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF), ½¬29NxXgT[rXZ\è1@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF), ½¬29NxXgT[rXZ\è2@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF), ½¬29NxXgT[rXZ\è3@wÈ±âèyÑð(PDF). 12:00 can only be mid-day. A time in the 24-hour clock is written in the form hours:minutes (for example, 01:23), or hours:minutes:seconds (01:23:45). Many European people use it in speaking. It does not use a.m. or p.m. Numbers under 10 usually have a zero in front (called a leading zero); e.g. 24-hour clock time is used in computers, military, public safety, and transport. This page was last changed on 3 November 2020, at 16:41.